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.
For more information about biorepositories at Emory, please visit this page.
Emory’s Internal Medicine Residency Program announces the 2019 “Stimulating Access to Research in Residency” (StARR) grant recipients
Highlighted Researcher: Vincent Marconi
Zebrafish: mini-monsters of cardiac regeneration
Highlighted Researcher: Ketino Kobaidze