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Skop Lab, UW-Madison

My lab studies cytokinesis and asymmetric cell division using C.elegans and tissue culture cells. I have space for several people, a spinning disk confocal and tissue culture facilities that can be used. I’m sure I can get others on my floor to house others (we have Drosophila, Mouse and Zebrafish all on one joint lab unit). Just contact me!

Ahna Skop
UW-Madison

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Contact at: 608-262-1593 skop@wisc.edu
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Albert Einstein College of Medicine

We are a laboratory studying mouse models of Multiple Sclerosis and mouse models of axonal damage and myelination. We can offer one bench and a tissue culture hood.

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Contact at: bridget.shafit-zagardo@einstein.yu.edu
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Washington University in St.Louis

Washington University School of Medicine
Available bench space for ~2 trainees with access to standard tissue culture labs, immunohistochemistry, microbiology and immunological assays in the Department of Molecular Microbiology. Also have access to standard animal facilities. Happy to mentor trainees temporarily and guide in research work related to pulmonary infections and pathogenesis.

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Contact at: 314-362-1590 khader@wustl.edu
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Hengen Lab at Washington University in St. Louis

The Hengen Lab is a systems neuroscience lab that specializes in recording from single units in freely behaving animals. We have space for a visiting scientist to conduct recordings and work on data analysis. This includes space for electrical engineering, surgical preparations, recordings, analyses, and behavioral work.

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Contact at: 314-935-9493 khengen@wustl.edu
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Tulane University, New Orleans, LA

I can offer lab space for research (2-3 people) that involves basic cell biology supplies and equipment. I am a molecular toxicologist working with human cell lines and yeast (Saccharomyces). My lab is equipped with typical items such as thermocyclers, gel electrophoresis equipment, chemical and biological hoods, incubators, etc. I’m a member of the Society of Toxicology, American Society for Biochemical and Molecular Biology, and the Genetics Society of America. My scientific societies were helpful to me when I was displaced by Hurricane Katrina several years ago and I am happy to return the favor to fellow members and other scientists.  

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Contact at: 504-988-9061 (leave message) rellim@tulane.edu
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Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine

We have wet laboratories designed for in vitro work, cell culture, tissue processing, and field sample processing. Basic laboratory instrumentation and equipment for these types of broad work are available in up to 8 laboratory spaces. We have digital droplet PCR, fluorescent qPCR, simple thermal cyclers, microplate readers (absorbance, fluorescence, and luminescence), electrophoresis, and light and inverted light microscopy capabilities. We can certainly consider hosting a few of those in need of help. Our areas of expertise in general terms are toxicology and water quality/health (both microbial and elemental agents).

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Contact at: 504-988-3910 jwicklif@tulane.edu
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Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis

My laboratory works on microbial pathogenesis. We have bench space for one or two visiting scientists with basic laboratory equipment, including tissue culture and confocal microscopy. 

Jennifer Philips
Division of Infectious Diseases
Division of Molecular Microbiology
Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis

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Contact at: 3147478058 philips.j.a@wustl.edu
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Washington University in St. Louis

Two benches in molecular genetics lab in the Biology Department. The lab has materials and reagents for work with Arabidopsis and bacterial plant pathogens. We have access to plant growth chambers, standard molecular biology reagents and materials (PCR, gels, qPCR, etc.) 

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Contact at: 314 935 7284 kunkel@wustl.edu
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Washington University Medical School – St Louis

Paul Taghert lab

we study circadian physiology in Drosophila. Fly genetics, mammalian cell culture, imaging, biochemistry work all possible. I can offer bench space for 2-3 people.

taghertp@wustl.edu

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Contact at: 314 660-1527 taghertp@wustl.edu
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Washington University in St. Louis

We are a brand new basic neuroscience lab (rodents) with tons of space and a growing list of equipment. In a brand new building with literally more benches than people. We’re currently equipped for small electronic fabrication, immunohistochemistry and fluorescence imaging, whole-cell and extracellular electrophysiology, and microendoscopic in vivo imaging. More equipment arrives each day, so can accommodate most molecular biology as well. Happy to share space/equipment, host people, or help do experiments remotely.

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Contact at: 3144468157 jordangmccall@wustl.edu
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