The Medical School possesses a wide range of up-to-date equipment to enable us to service an internationally leading research organisation. These facilities are available for collaborative projects as well as contract research.
The biorepository is a fully compliant, safe and secure, storage facility for all human tissues. It offers help and advice to facilitate compliance with Human Tissue Authority guidelines, and provides tissue banking cryostorage areas.
This facility boasts 4 analysers. The LSRII has 4 lasers with 13 immunofluorescent detectors and the Attune Autosampler can load samples from 96 well plates. There are also 2 cell sorters, the most recent acquisition being the BDFACSMelody, which users can be trained to process samples.
The Bioinformatics Core provides Bioinformatics analysis and consulting service to all departments and also offers a comprehensive program of training courses.
The bone analysis lab was established in 2003 to provide members of the Musculoskeletal theme and academics throughout the medical school with access to contemporary approaches to analysing bone.
The Multiomics Facility provides Nanopore sequencing (long read whole genome, RNA seq, plasmid) and Nanostring multiplex, amplification free analysis of up to 800 RNA, DNA, or protein targets. We also offer RNA integrity, DNA fragment and sequencing library analysis using our Bioanalyser.