NEWS & EVENTS
Speaker: Dra. Arlene Sánchez Castellano, Dir. Proyecto PRIDE – Date: Friday, Feb 21 2020 – Time: 12:00PM – 1:00PM – Place: Training Room T1 1st Floor, Fideicomiso para Ciencia, Tecnología e Investigación de Puerto Rico
Recent manuscript “Entrapment in micellar assemblies switches the excimer population of potential therapeutic luminophore azapodophyllotoxin” published in Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy.
This course will explain in detail the techniques in Proteomics used more frequently in the Proteomic laboratory. Among the techniques to be covered include: isotopic labeling with Tandem Mass Tag (TMT) reagents and Label Free quantitation.
The Administrative Core will provide the programmatic direction to the entire Program. The Administrative core will organize all Steering Committee meetings, as well as the External Advisory Committee meetings.
Bioinformatics always played a central role in the HPCf plans, and in 2001 the Bioinformatics Resource Core (BiRC) was established with support from NCRR BRIN (now PR-INBRE) program.
The CRI cores impact the development of the INBRE network by supporting further integration with existing as well as newly created infrastructure at mentoring institutions and other affiliated institutions and programs.
Developmental Research Project Program: Here is a list of researchers that are currently being supported by PRINBRE, sub-projects remaining from previous funding cycles and new funded sub-projects.
The ChEMTox Biotesting Facility at Universidad Metropolitana (UMET) affiliated to the School of Environmental Affairs provides services for the toxicity testing of novel and natural substances on human or animal cell cultures.
The MRC offers scientific and technical support via metabolomics service, scientific seminars and training workshops for students and researchers in Puerto Rico.
The Translational Proteomics Center provides training, resources, and tools for new and established investigators seeking to use innovative approaches of proteomics to their research.
The long-term goal of the Center for Genomics in Health Disparities and Rare Diseases (CGHDRD) is to provide the critical environment that will enable high quality translational and biomedical research in pharmacogenomics, human genetics and genomics, molecular biology.
The main goal of the Sequencing and Genotyping Facilty (SGF) is to provide researchers, students and faculty from Puerto Rico and the Caribbean access to state-of-the-art equipment, technology and technicians who are committed to helping investigators produce the highest quality data.