CoLabs Resources and Collaborators
We collaborate with outside teams that provide additional expertise to enhance the scope of our CoProjects.
Incubators offer technologies, infrastructures and pipelines that are complimentary to CoLabs resources. They work closely with the CoLabs to offer additional support and expertise on some of our CoProjects.
Plugin teams offer expertise in free-standing technologies that enhance the scope of some of our CoProjects.
Contact: Bevin English firstname.lastname@example.org
We collaborate with researchers across UCSF on projects that require the handling of high-containment pathogens. This includes developing and optimizing protocols to adhere to BSL3 safety standards and executing experiments with live pathogens. This is a restricted lab space that allows us to safely address scientific questions regarding SARS-CoV-2, Histoplasma capsulatum, and Coccidioides species.
Contact: Vincent Chan
The Office of Collaborative Research (OCR) is a group within the ImmunoX research arm that is responsible for fundraising, initiating, and executing collaborative clinical and translational research projects. The team also provides support and expertise on research regulations and compliance. OCR is dedicated to advancing medical science and improving patient care through the development of innovative research initiatives.
Contact: Jessie Turnbaugh email@example.com
The mission of the Gnotobiotics CoLab plug-in is to lower the activation energy for researchers across departments to study the impact of the microbiome and pathogenic microorganisms on host pathophysiology and behavior. Mice will routinely be bred and maintained in a germ-free (sterile) state.
Contact: Moriah Sandy firstname.lastname@example.org
The UCSF Quantitative Metabolite Analysis Center (QMAC) is a full-service metabolomics facility housed at the Parnassus campus, equipped with state-of-the-art mass spectrometers for targeted and untargeted metabolomics. This small-molecule analysis platform will enable the development of frameworks for predicting disease, distinguishing disease phenotypes, deciphering biochemical mechanisms of health and disease, and the discovery of new drugs and drug targets.
Contact: Connie Ha email@example.com
The Benioff Center for Microbiome Medicine’s Microbial Genomics group offers next-generation sequence-based microbiome profiling and support for data analyses.