Tri-I Research Resources Expo

Summary

The Tri-I Research Resources Expo offers a showcase for the life sciences and biomedical core facility resources and services located at all the Triā€Institutions, including Weill Cornell Medicine (WCM), Weill Cornell Medicine-Qatar (WCM-Q), Cornell University (CU), The Rockefeller University (RU, and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC). The Expo was held for the first time on June 2 - 3, 2016, sponsored by the Triā€Institutional Collaboration Network (TCN). The first day of the Expo included an internal roundtable discussion for the core directors, a public seminar about the core resources on all the campuses, and a poster session in New York City, NY, followed the next day by a poster session in Ithaca, NY. The poster sessions on each campus were followed by informal tours of cores.

The internal core director discussion session included live video conference participation from Ithaca and Qatar. The public seminar included on-site presentations by representatives from RU, MSKCC and WCM, and live video presentations by representatives from WCM-Q and Cornell Ithaca. There were a total of 53 core posters, with 39 posters presented at the NYC session and 31 presented at the Ithaca session.

Click here for the Tri-I Research Resources Expo 2016 program.

Expo 2016 Posters

  1. WCM Core Laboratories Center (CLC)
  2. Cornell Biotechnology Resource Center (BRC)
  3. WCM CLC Genomics and Epigenomics Core: Genomics Services
  4. WCM CLC Genomics and Epigenomics Core: Epigenomics Services
  5. WCM CLC/MCC Proteomics and Metabolomics Core
  6. Cornell BRC Proteomics and Mass Spectrometry Facility
  7. MSKCC Proteomics and Microchemistry Core Facility
  8. RU Proteomics Resource Center
  9. WCM CLC NMR Core
  10. Cornell NMR Core
  11. WCM CLC Milstein Chemistry Core
  12. WCM CLC Flow Cytometry Core
  13. RU Flow Cytometry Resource Center
  14. WCM CLC Citigroup Biomedical Imaging Center
  15. Cornell MRI Facility
  16. WCM CLC Imaging Core
  17. Cornell BRC Imaging Facility
  18. Cornell BRC Imaging Facility: High Resolution 3D X-Ray CT
  19. Cornell BRC Imaging Facility: Flow Cytometry Service
  20. BTI Pant Cell Imaging Center
  21. WCM BMRI Neuroanatomy Electron Microscopy Core
  22. RU Electron Microscopy Resource Center
  23. WCM Visual Function Core
  24. RU High Throughput & Spectroscopy Resource Center
  25. MSKCC RNAi and CRISPR Core
  26. MSKCC High Content Screening Core
  27. MSKCC High Throughput Compound Screening Core
  28. WCM CLC Applied Bioinformatics Core (ABC)
  29. Cornell BRC Bioinformatics Facility
  30. Cornell BRC Bioinformatics Facility: BioHPC Computing Laboratory
  31. Cornell BRC Bio-IT Facility
  32. WCM Biostatistics and Epidemiology Consulting Service
  33. Cornell Statistical Consulting Unit (CSCU)
  34. WCM Scientific Computing Unit
  35. Cornell Center for Advanced Computing (CAC)
  36. Cornell Research Data Management Services Group
  37. WCM Architecture for Research Computing in Health (ARCH)
  38. CTSC Biomedical Informatics Core
  39. CTSC Cores
  40. WCM Belfer Gene Therapy Core Facility
  41. MSKCC Cell Therapy and Cell Engineering Facility
  42. Tri-I Stem Cell Derivation Core
  43. Cornell Stem Cell and Transgenic Core Facility
  44. Cornell Stem Cell Pathology Unit
  45. Cornell Plant Transformation Facility
  46. Cornell Nanobiotechnology Center (NBTC): Capabilities and Techniques
  47. Cornell Nanobiotechnology Center (NBTC): Materials Characterization
  48. Cornell Center for Materials Research (CCMR)
  49. Cornell NanoScale Science and Technology Facility (CNF)
  50. MSKCC-RU Antibody & Bioresource Core Facility
  51. MSKCC Antitumor Assessment Core Facility
  52. Cornell NanoScale Science and Technology Facility (CNF)
  53. Cornell Center for Advanced Technology (CAT)