Analytical Instrumentation Core
- Attention AIC Users! The StepOnePlus in X410 has been moved to L-616 (Instructional Building)! Please contact either Matt Au (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Neema Yazdani (email@example.com) before using the instrument so that we can get you access.
- If you are using the 7900 HT Fast PCR Instrument, Please try to sign up on the scheduler 24 hours in advance!
- The AIC now offers Array Services! Please visit the “Array Services” tab for more information, prices, and contact information.
- Emergency Contact for Instruments: Call Lynn Deng or Matthew Au. If no one answers please email either firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. Leave your name, instrument you are working with, and problem and we will get back to you ASAP. Thank you!
Upcoming Core Seminars: TBA
Our next seminar will be about: TBA
Mission of the Core:
The objective of the Analytical Instrumentation Core is to provide support to investigators through cutting-edge analytical instruments and services to facilitate research and education in the Department of Medicine, Boston University School of Medicine as well as Boston Medical Center.
The mission of the Analytical Instrumentation Core is as follows:
- Maintain core instruments
- Train investigators to use equipment and to help design experiments
- Share the resources and increase accessibility of instruments for investigators
- Introduce innovative analytical instrumentation by regular seminars
- Support investigators in their efforts to win extramural research funding
The Analytical Instrumentation Core’s central laboratory is located at 670 Albany Street, Lab 232, Boston, MA 02118. Other satellite sites on the BUMC include W-, X-, E-, R-buildings and the Evans Biomedical Research Center
Contact Lynn Deng for access to buildings and lab locations
Lynn Lingyi Deng, Ph.D.
617-414-2964 Central Lab
Obtain reliable, up-to-date scientific equipment at reduced prices
91 Mystic Street, Arlington, MA 02474 . 781.641.0300
Contact: Lynn Deng at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-638-6920
(Exchange information for donating and requesting used instruments in BUMC research community)