Louisiana Cancer Research Consortium Biospecimen Core
New Orleans, LA, US
Academic Core Facility
The Biospecimen Core Laboratory (BCL) is a part of the Louisiana Cancer Research Center (LCRC) infrastructure. The goal of the repository is to support LCRC programmatic research in order to further improve our understanding of those molecular factors that contribute to cancer and that may lead to prevention, early detection, and cure.
The mission of the BCL is to collect high quality samples of normal and diseased human material (e.g., whole blood, cellular blood components, plasma, serum, urine, benign and tumor tissue) with appropriate pathological data and to make this material available to qualified researchers at the LCRC while ensuring ethical informed consent, safety, donor anonymity, and all regulatory safeguards are in place. The BCL Co- Directors, Dr. Krzysztof Moroz and Dr. Arnold Zea, oversee this facility, with day-to-day procurement coordination and staff supervision provided by the BCL Manager, Alex Alfortish.
|Louisiana Cancer Research Consortium Biospecimen Core 1700 Tulane Avenue New Orleans, LA, 70112 United States
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