Rutgers Molecular Imaging Core offers non-invasive approaches to observe disease states, disease progression and therapeutic responses in living systems and ex vivo organs.
Research Core Services
Our 40+ core facilities, offering specialized laboratories with state-of-the-art equipment, unique instrumentation and shared services, can help scientists at Rutgers and beyond break new ground.
Rutgers Molecular Design and Synthesis provides medicinal chemistry services, synthesis support and molecular probes for researchers at Rutgers and industry.
Rutgers Research Pathology Services provides histology techniques and pathologist’s services for research using animal models.
Rutgers comprehensive program of Animal Care includes protocol review, a duly constituted animal care committee, occupational health and laboratory safety, and full-time veterinary care.
In Vivo Research Services (IVRS) provides in vivo research using variety of animal species for both academic and industry clients.
The Genome Editing Shared Resource of Rutgers-CINJ (GESR) is a state-of-the-art university core facility that offers services related to the creation of mouse and cell line models for the Rutgers research community.
The Gnotobiotic Core at Rutgers University – located on Newark campus, provides investigators with the ability to work with germ-free mice and technical services that support gnotobiotic studies.
The Aquatics Core specializes in Zebrafish, an excellent vertebrate model system for biological studies such as genetics and toxicology.
The Natural Products and Bioanalysis Core's mission is to support faculty, staff, postdocs, students & industry that need state-of-the-art analytical instrumentation and analytical expertise for their natural products chemistry, biological and metabolomic studies, and grant applications.
Rheaply Resource Management
Share surplus supplies across Rutgers with Rheaply's Asset Exchange Manager (AxM), an online marketplace that helps you find and share equipment across all departments and teams.