Weill Cornell Medical College is committed to providing cutting edge resources to our research community, enabling them to make important advances in diagnosing and treating human diseases. Many scientific disciplines now require exquisitely sophisticated and expensive equipment to perform meaningful research studies. Therefore, Weill Cornell provides core facilities. These facilities, listed on the left, have dedicated personnel to run the equipment and help in experimental design. Some of these core facilities are run as fee for service facilities and others typically also provide collaborative working relationships. Please contact the appropriate core director to access a facility.
Services from many WCMC research cores can be requested electronically. For Epigenomics, Genomics, Mouse Genetics, Cell Sorting, and Optical Microscopy, requests can be submitted through iLab. For Electronic Microscopy and Mass Spectrometry, requests can be submitted through eeLIMS.
For instructions on registering for an iLab account, please see the Registration Manual.
For instructions on requesting services from a Core Facility that uses iLab, please see the Services Manual.
For instructions on scheduling instruments from a Core Facility that uses iLab, please see the Scheduling Manual.