Cell line engineering in cancer and stem cells
To submit Cell line engineering requests, go here, if you are on WashU network. Instructions can be found here. If you are a WU employee working off site or a non-WU user, you have to connect to the WashU network via VPN. For non-WU users, if this is the first time to use the site, you have to request a guest WUSTL key for VPN first by clicking here. Please use your institutional email address for the request. And if you are not the PI, please specify both your institution and lab under “Organization”. Sponsor’s email address: email@example.com. You will receive your credentials via email once the request is approved. And the credentials will only allow you to access this specific server. Please use Contact us to report any issues.
- Just-In-Time (JIT) Core Usage Funding Program | Clinical & Translational Sciences | Washington University in St. Louis
- Shared Resources (Cores) – Research – Siteman Cancer Center
- CDI Pediatric Disease Mouse Models Core (PDMMC), up to 70% subsidy towards eligible mouse models. Please contact Dr. Jeffrey Miner for details: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- The Rheumatic Diseases Research Resource Based Center (RDRRC) offers reimbursement for GEiC services, up to $4000 for junior faculty and $1000 for other faculty with a brief, easy, and quick application process. Visit them here.