For a core facility to become CTSI-designated they must complete an application, conduct an annual user survey, hold an advisory board meeting at least once a year, and post policies for charging, publication, and more. For more information about becoming a CTSI-designated core, please contact Melanie DeFord.
Center for Research Computing
The Center for Research Computing (CRC) is a leader in cyberinfrastructure development and in data- and compute-intensive research. The CRC manages and provides access to supercomputers, clusters, grid networks, and storage, while lending user support services and expertise to researchers within Notre Dame and external organizations, including industry.
The CRC develops computational tools that accelerate scientific inquiry and discovery, including computational modeling, data analysis and management, geographic information systems, and visualization. Additionally, it is an approved Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (CTSI) core facility with services available to all Indiana CTSI partners.
Related Links: crc.nd.edu
Genomics and Bioinformatics
The Genomics and Bioinformatics Core Facility (GBCF) provides state-of-the-art genomics solutions and data analysis for a broad range of applications, including metagenomics, metagenetics, population genomics, transcriptomics, and epigenomics. The facility offers comprehensive support for a diverse research community that spans basic biomedical research in human disease, pathogen genomics, non-model system genomics, and environmental genomics.
The GBCF is a resource available to the Notre Dame research community, external academic institutions, and industry. Additionally, it is an approved Indiana CTSI core facility with services available to all Indiana CTSI partners.
Related Links: genomics.nd.edu
Freimann Life Science Center
The Freimann Life Science Center (FLSC) is comprised of two state-of-the-art animal facilities equipped to house a wide variety of vertebrates, including fish, with four zebrafish systems, frogs, rabbits, and rodents. In addition, more than 100 different strains of genetically altered mice are bred and maintained.
All animal care staff are certified through the American Association of Laboratory Animal Science or credentialed as Registered Veterinary Technicians who work together with the attending veterinarian to provide humane care for the research animals. The FLSC is fully accredited by the Association for Assessment and Accreditation of Laboratory Animal Care (AAALAC) and is an Indiana CTSI core facility.
Related Links: freimann.nd.edu
Integrated Imaging Facility
The Notre Dame Integrated Imaging Facility (NDIIF) integrates three areas of Notre Dame imaging expertise: electron microscopy, biological imaging (in vivo imaging and optical microscopy), and histology.
The NDIIF has an integrated suite of sophisticated microscopes and imaging stations that enable users to attack the most complex modern research problems. It is open to the Notre Dame research community, external academic institutions, and industry. Additionally, it is an approved Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (CTSI) core facility, with services available to all CTSI partners.
Related Links: imaging.nd.edu
Mass Spectrometry and Proteomics
The Mass Spectrometry and Proteomics Facility (MSPF) provides modern instrumentation and expertise for the detection, identification, and quantification of compounds ranging from small organic molecules to large biomolecules with applications in areas including metabolomics, proteomics, and lipidomics.
With instrumentation in laboratory spaces in Stepan Chemistry Hall, the MSPF is available to both internal and external customers, including other academic institutions and industry. The MSPF is an approved Indiana CTSI core facility.
Related Links: massspec.nd.edu