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University of Michigan Unit for Laboratory Animal Medicine (ULAM) In-vivo Animal Core (IVAC)

The in-vivo Animal Core (IVAC) serves as a research resource in support of early, preclinical stage, translational research. Biomedical research has sustained a conceptual shift re-emphasizing translational research. Translation of bench side discoveries is often hampered by a lack of meaningful and predictive preclinical research (animal modeling). The design and interpretation of preclinical studies require specialized expertise which ULAM is now prepared to offer through enhanced facilities, staff and faculty.

The IVAC Mission is to excel in project-specific preclinical in-vivo studies. Using University resources and accomplished ULAM professionals specializing in diverse fields, IVAC can optimize the design, execution, interpretation, and reporting of in-vivo studies to guide projects through early translational milestones. Services listed below can be utilized individually or combined as a full service, based on the needs of the investigator.

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University of Michigan Unit for Laboratory Animal Medicine (ULAM) In-vivo Animal Core (IVAC)
2800 Plymouth Road Ann Arbor, MI, 48109 United States

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