Rush university Medical Center Facility for Rodent Models of Human Brain Disease
Chicago, Il, US
Academic Core Facility
Operating within the Center for Compulsive Behavior and Addiction, the Facility for Rodent Models of Human Brain Disease is a fully equipped core resource for preclinical research studies involving biobehavioral mice and rat models of human neuropathology. In addition, we provide training to faculty, staff and students in sophisticated behavioral paradigms and advanced surgical procedures in rodents.
Judicious and respectful use of rodents is critical for modern biomedical research. Accordingly, the facility directly works with the Comparative Research Center at Rush to ensure that all research adheres to federal and state regulations ensuring humane use of animals for research, and that all protocols have been approved by the Rush University Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee.
|Rush university Medical Center Facility for Rodent Models of Human Brain Disease 600 S. Paulina St. Chicago, Il, 60612 United States
|Rush university Medical Center Facility for Rodent Models of Human Brain Disease 600 South Paulina Street Chicago, IL, 60612 United States
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