Work SpaceUniversity of Oklahoma Health Sciences
We have laboratory space for one student/postdoc/PI affected by the hurricanes. The lab and associated core facilities are equipped with standard molecular biology equipment, cell culture, imaging, etc. Our main research interests are on prostate cancer biology, molecular basis of cancer progression and resistance to therapy. Temporary housing available if needed.
Work SpaceUniversity of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
My research group is developing drugs targeted at the integration of cell death and survival pathways for the prevention and treatment of gynecologic cancers. We would be happy to share our space equipped for tissue culture, Western blots, ELISAs, microscopic imaging and most molecular biology techniques. We also have access to core facilities for working with animals, imaging, immunohistochemistry, genomics and proteomics. We have room for one or two investigators.
Work SpaceUniversity of Oklahoma Health Science Center
Temporary bench and desk space with PC are available at University of Oklahoma Health Science Center in Oklahoma City. Our campus is located near OKC downtown. Basic equipment for mammalian cell research is available (TC hood, Fume hood, microscope) for those who are affected by Hurricane Harvey. Happy to share basic consumables. Please contact for details.
Work SpaceSockman Lab at University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
My lab does immunocytochemistry, light microscopy, and HPLC. I have a cryostat, facilities to keep live, small birds, and plenty of wet-lab and desk space for several people.
Work SpaceUniversity of Vermont
The Vigoreaux Muscle Biology lab at the University of Vermont (Burlington) can provide temporary bench and office space and access to common lab equipment for cell/molecular biology and protein biochemistry and facilitate access to core facilities in imaging microscopy, proteomics, and others.
I can offer work space and mentorship for students and postdocs whose work has been interrupted by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. My lab does theory and computation in systems and mechanobiology.
Work SpaceUNC Chapel Hill
Rogers Lab, UNC Chapel Hill
I have a lab with standard molecular biology equipment, Drosophila station, widefield and TIRF fluorescence workstations, tissue culture hoods and incubator. My lab studies cytoskeletal cell biology and we have various reagents for that application. Plenty of bench space and could host 6 to 8 people.
Department of Biology
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Work SpaceWashtington State University
Laboratory and office space for plant research
Andrei Smertenko lab is equipped for plant cell biology and genetics research including general fluorescence microscopes, TIRFM system, protein purification, growth facilities etc. Please get in touch if we can be on any help.
Work SpaceRon Kopito Lab at Stanford
The Kopito lab http://www.stanford.edu/group/kopito/index.html has space to offer for two or three visiting scientists who’s work has been disrupted by Harvey. We’re cell biologists and focus on protein quality control and the ubiquitin proteasome system.