Research Collaboration and Tools
Emory offers a variety of opportunitiies to collaborate with other Emory researchers. Please review the information below and let us know if you have questions DOMResearch@emory.edu.
- Ethical Dilemmas in scientific research and professional integrity - cases and expert opinions
Medicine Faculty Presentations
- Team Science Involves Collaborative Partnerships to Accomplish Complex Scientific/Research Goals (PDF)
Presentation by Neale Weitzmann, PhD and Camille Vaughan, MD, MS
- View this presentation in narrative format (PDF)
- Collaborations: Tips for Success and Avoiding Pitfalls (PDF)
Presentation by Madeleine Hackney, PhD
- NIH publication: Collaboration and Team Science: A Field Guide (Aug 2010)
Bennett LM, Gadlin H, Levine-Finley S. (https://ccrod.cancer.gov/confluence/display/NIHOMBUD/Home )
- Team Science and Career Development article series:
Microscopy in Medicine (MiM) Core
PI: Lula Hilenski, PhD
Features: Confocal microscopes, wide field fluorescence and brightfield microscopes, image processing and analysis software, Adobe graphics software, and histology.
Cost: cost for using the Zeiss and Leica confocal microscopes is based upon a percentage of the yearly service contracts depending upon usage.
PI: Dean Jones, PhD
Features: mass spectrometry, metabolic profiling, reproducible analysis of >10,000 metabolites per sample, data normalization procedures (usually not needed)
Cost: $125/sample for analysis in triplicate. Because of the information-rich nature of the metabolomics data, studies typically have 20 or more samples.
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