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Welcome to the SABiosciences PCR Array Satellite Core Program


The SABiosciences PCR Array Satellite Core Program is designed to support researchers through a centralized facility from within their institution. At SABiosciences, we believe that the convenience and service that local PCR Array Satellite Core Facilities provide will facilitate individual projects and research. In addition, we believe that the scientists who run core facilities deserve more recognition for their technology leadership and more support for their services on their campus.

Researchers
Please refer to the table below to find the core facility on your campus. Is your institution not on the list? Please contact us. We will help set one up in the near future.

Why use the PCR Array Satellite Core Program?

  • Access to state-of-the-art real-time PCR instruments
  • Technical support on instrument setup and data analysis
  • Institutional discount on PCR Arrays

Institution Address and Web Address Core Facility Manager Contact info
Baylor College of Medicine Baylor College of Medicine Microarray Core Facility
One Baylor Plaza, 333A
Houston, Texas 77030
Laura Liles Garza: Manager
Lisa White: Director
713-798-7787
lliles@bcm.tmc.edu
Baylor College of Medicine- Feigin Center Molecular Core lab, 790.01 Feigin center, 1102 Bates, TX 77030 Partha Sen, Ph.D.
Director
832-824-4764
psen@bcm.edu
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia  Nucleic Acid/Protein Research Core Facility
906 B Abramson Bldg.
The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
3615 Civic Center Boulevard
Philadelphia, PA 19104 
Dr. Eric Rappaport,
Director 
215-590-3897
rappaport@email.chop.edu
Fox Chase Cancer Center Biochemistry and Biotechnology Facility
Reimann Building Room 404
333 Cottman Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19111 
Dr. Anthony Yeung, Director  215-728-2488
Anthony.Yeung@fccc.edu
Johns Hopkins University Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
Lowe Family Genomics Core
Mason F Lord Center Tower
5200 Eastern Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21224
Dr. Chris Cheadle 410-550-5984
ccheadl1@jhmi.edu
Johns Hopkins University Johns Hopkins Malaria Research Institute
Bloomberg School of Public Health
Gene Array Core Facility
Room E4208
615 North Wolfe Street
Baltimore, MD 21205
Dr. Alan L. Scott, Director

Ms. Anne Jedlicka, Manager

443-287-5967
mriarray@jhsph.edu
Stanford University Functional Genomics Facility (SFGF)
CCSR 0120
Stanford, CA 94305
John Coller
(650) 736-1026
john.coller@stanford.edu
University of Washington University of Washington Functional Genomics Laboratory
Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences
4225 Roosevelt Way NE, Suite 100
Seattle, WA 98105-6099
Dr. Freddie Farin Director (206) 685-7285
freddy@u.washington.edu
Thomas Jefferson Kimmel Cancer Center Thomas Jefferson University Laboratory of Cancer Genomics
1009 BSLB
233 South 10th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107
Director : Dr. Paolo Fortina
Lab Manager: Kathryn Scott
215-503-9142
Paolo.Fortina@jefferson.edu
Trudeau Institute Trudeau Institute
Molecular Biology Core Facility
154 Algonquin Avenue
Saranac Lake, NY 12983
Pamela "Scottie" Adams 800-638-6064
sadams@trudeauinstitute.org
University of Pennsylvania University of Pennsylvania Molecular Diagnostics and Genotyping Core Facility
68 John Morgan Building
3620 Hamilton Walk
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Dr. Don Baldwin 215-898-3675
dbaldwin@mail.med.upenn.edu
UCSD  CFAR Genomics Core
Stein Clinical Research Bldg,
3rd Floor RM 308 
Pinyi Du (Manager)
Dr. Steffney Rought, 
Ph.D. (Director) 
858-642-1106
cfargenomics@ucsd.edu
srought@ucsd.edu
UCSF Genome Analysis Core Facility UCSF Comprehensive Cancer Center
2340 Sutter Street, S174
San Francisco, CA 94115
Kirsten Copren (Manager)
Randy Davis (Director)
415-502-1861
KCopren@cc.ucsf.edu
UCLA Sequencing and Genotyping Core
5309 Gonda Center on the UCLA campus
695 Charles Young Drive South.
Los Angeles, CA 90095
Uma Dandekar (310) 267-2461
uma@ucla.edu
The Wistar Institute  The Genomics&Microarray Facility
Rooms 303 and G54
3601 Spruce Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Louise Showe, PhD.
Director 
Tel. 215-898-3866, 215-898-3902
Fax: 215-898-4521
arraysupport@wistar.org
The University of Texas Health Science Center- Houston Quantitative Genomics Core Laboratory, MSE R319 & R321, 6431 Fannin St.Houston, TX 77030 Gregory L. Shipley, Ph.D.
Director
Office: 713-500-7458; MSE R338
Lab: 713-500-7465; MSE R319 & R321
gregory.l.shipley@uth.tmc.edu

Core Facility Managers
Benefits for the SABiosciences PCR Array Satellite Core Program include:

  • Pilot starter package
  • WebEx-based training programs
  • PCR Array core newsletters
  • On-site seminars
  • Flexible group discounts
  • Other supporting materials

We are confident that PCR Arrays will greatly expand the service area and scientific applications of the real-time PCR instruments in your facility. Please contact us if you would like to join the PCR Array Satellite Core Program.