Links to BU facilities and services:

Animal Science Center



BU Blackboard

BU e-journals

BU Works

BUMC Cores

CCR Conferences

Cellular Imaging Core

Data Science Core

Experimental Pathology Laboratory Service Core

Flow Cytometry




iLabs – Add Funds link (for PIs)


Microarray and Sequencing Core



Pulmonary Center



Shuttle Bus between Medical and Charles River Campuses

Single Cell Sequencing Core

Statistics consultation with CTSI

Stats and Machine Learning consults with CAS-Math

Tweets from Pulmonary Center


Links to outside of BU:

LungMAP is a source for molecular maps of the neonatal, pediatric and early adult human lung.

Naftali Kaminski’s website offers links to multiple user-friendly tools for exploring scSeq atlases of lung diseases.

The HumphreysLab website provides a nice resource for comparing scSeq and snSeq from mouse lungs.

Darrell Kotton‘s group provides multiple useful lung-relevant datasets on-line, especially relating to iPSC-derived lung cells.

The Single Cell Expression Atlas from EMBL-EBI make lots of  scRNA-seq datasets available.

Immgen has many searchable ways to examine immune cell transcriptomes.

The NIH makes data and biosamples from human studies available through BioData Catalyst and BioLINCC.

Many grant opportunities are listed on the ATS website.

ATCC makes many cell lines and microbes available.

BEI makes many infectious disease resources available.

MMRRC provides access to Zcchc11-deficient mice (as well as other strains).

Jackson Labs makes many genetically engineered strains of mice available.

The International Gene Trap Consortium site provides a searchable database of ES cell lines with genes trapped by insertional mutagenesis.

NIH Reporter provides information about current funded NIH grants.

eRA Commons provides investigators access to their NIH applications and grants.

NCBI provides multiple interactive databases, particularly useful for sequence analyses.

A Clearinghouse for Training Modules to Enhance Data Reproducibility is provided by the NIGMS.

ARRIVE Guidelines provide standards for in vivo animal research.

DAVID Bioinformatics provides useful resources for analyzing large lists of genes.

Enrichr provides an easy on-line gene list enrichment analysis tool.

Morpheus is a useful tool for heatmapping.