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Shared Resources

Shared Resources are an integrated set of facilities and services that aid our basic and clinical researchers in their work.

University of Maryland Greenebaum Cancer Center, Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins, University of Virginia Cancer Center and Georgetown Lombardi have made significant investments in shared resources to support basic and clinical research, and the close proximity of the Partnership makes access to the other Institution’s shared resources feasible.  In the spirit of the National Cancer Institute’s “roadmap” and in an effort to further enhance the availability of these shared resources without a further investment or cost, the Partnership seeks to share, in an economical manner, specialized technical services and access to equipment and expertise.  All Institutions are then able to report on their collaborations and expanded capabilities as a result of the Partnership. Read the Shared Resources Consortium Pamphlet


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