Lab and Office Space
Within the BJC Institute of Health, the laboratory space is open plan, allowing greater communication and sharing across labs. The combined laboratory work space is 13,652 square feet, including rooms designated for microscopy, tissue culture, histology, robotics, and molecular biology equipment (e.g, DNA sequencers, PCR and RT-PCR machines). The BJC Institute of Health has wireless internet access in all areas of the building.
HPAN supports core facilities for the Atomic Force Microscope, accessible through the Alafi Neuroimaging Core (Director, Dr. Michael Wong), and the In Vivo Microdialysis Core (Director, Dr. John Cirrito). These cores are available to HPAN and other investigators. Likewise, additional core facilities administered by the Hope Center are available to HPAN as well as outside investigators. Visit a core below for more information.
As grant support, an HPAN Resource page is available on request.