Emerging Innovations Core Facilities provide access to resources and/or services in new or emerging area of research and technology. These facilities may serve a broad or focused spectrum of researchers primarily within CSU. Emerging Innovations Core Facilities may receive seed support to enable development and ensure agility of resources for new areas of research service.
Flow Cytometry Facility – (FCF) provides access to state of the art flow cytometry and cell sorting instrumentation across the CSU campus. User training and scheduling for various instruments is coordinated and expertise is available for experimental design consultation. Contacts: Chris Allen or Marcela Haneo Tamayo
Molecular Quantification Core – (MQC) provides access and training for molecular quantification tools including state of the art digital droplet PCR instrumentation and a Typhoon Imaging system. Contact: Carol Wilusz
Institute for Research in the Social Sciences (IRISS) – provides access and training for survey development, analysis and reporting as well as facilitation of scientific teams, research methodology training and external funding sourcing and post-award support. Contact: Ellie Dickman