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Phenotyping (and Pathology) Core

Based in The Department of Molecular and Comparative Pathobiology
Emphasizing Expertise in Comparative Pathobiology and
Multidisciplinary Collaboration for
Translational Science

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Mission:

The Phenotyping Core aims to promote functional genomics and other preclinical translational science at Johns Hopkins, by assisting and collaborating in the characterization and use of genetically and phenotypically relevant animal models of disease and gene function, by:
  1. Research pathology support and collaboration, including anatomic pathology (macroscopic dysmorphology and histopathology), and clinical pathology,

  2. Training and education in animal model pathobiology, evaluation techniques, phenotyping strategies, especially for genetically engineered mice (GEM).

  3. Coordinating diverse JHMI resources in multidisciplinary translational science (team science), especially in areas relevant to GEM phenotyping.


Resources:

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ACTIVITIES
Ongoing - Upcoming

2006-2013

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