The UMASS five campuses in Amherst, Boston, Dartmouth, Lowell and UMass Medical School in Worcester maintain a series of Research Core Facilities managed by experienced professional directors and managers. Core Facilities represent a unique resource for available for industry, educational, and government research and training. The Core Facilities enable faculty, student, and innovative collaborators access to a broad array of equipment to enhance their capabilities, address a broader array of questions, and deliver technologies and product candidates more rapidly. Access to the Core Facilities provide users a competitive advantage for obtaining state, federal, foundation, and private funding.
All Core facilities are available to internal and external researchers by using a purchase order or executing a research services agreement. For further information please contact Andrew Vinard, Core Facilities Director, (413) 577-4582, email@example.com.
The Core Facilities at UMass Amherst
The Core Facilities at UMass Amherst supplement numerous centralized facilities on other UMass campuses. UMass Amherst operates more than 30 core facilities, many of which are housed in the Life Sciences Laboratory (LSL) building which opened in October of 2016. Many of these facilities advance the Institute’s goals to support high quality research and advance translational programs towards novel drug targets, drug delivery technologies, personalized healthcare devices, nutraceuticals, and technologies – all to enhance human health and well-being. The overall Core Facility infrastructure was made possible by a grant from the Massachusetts Life Science Center.
Additional Core Facilities
UMass Boston - Boston, MA
UMass Medical School - Worcester, MA
UMass Medical School, Mass Biologics - Boston, MA
UMass Lowell - Lowell, MA