VTPP Success provides links to TAMU research core that may help VTPP researchers. The idea arose from the VTPP research vision retreat and is an effort to identify research resources in VTPP and across TAMU.
This month we highlight the Rodent Pre-Clinical Phenotyping Core (Director: Dr. Alexandra Trott). The Texas A&M Institute for Genome Sciences and Society (TIGSS) has established a number of shared resources to support genomics research. The Rodent Preclinical Phenotyping Core houses various instruments to measure and quantify mouse physiology and behavior. The core offers a wide variety of state-of-the art equipment to help expedite comprehensive research in many fields, including Behavior, Cardiovascular, Cancer, Chemical, Metabolic, and musculoskeletal. Consultation, training, and experimental support are available upon request