Resources

Core Facilities

Combatting cancer requires a team effort that includes the most advanced experimental and analytical equipment.  HCRI facilitates access to research core and administration facilities across campus and around the state.

Genomics, Proteomics, and Bioinformatics

Genomics and Bioinformatics Core Facility (ND) 
Mass Spectrometry and Proteomics Facility (ND) 
Center for Computational Biology and Bioinformatics  (IUSM)  
Chemical Genomics Core Facility  (IUSM)
Physiological Proteomics Core Facility  (IUSM) 
The Center for Genomics and Bioinformatics (IU-Bloomington) 

Microscopy and Imaging

Notre Dame Integrated Imaging Facility  (ND) 
Electron Microscopy Center  (IUSM) 
Human Vascular Imaging Core  (IUSM) 
IBIS In Vivo Imaging  (IUSM) 
Imaging and Flow Cytometry Core Facility  (IUSM-South Bend) 
Indiana University Imaging Research Facility  (IU-Bloomington) 
IUB Light Microscopy Imaging Center (IU-Bloomington)  
Bioscience Imaging Facility  (Purdue) 

Flow Cytometry and Cell Sorting

Fluorescence Activated Cell Sorting (FACS) Facility (ND) 
Imaging and Flow Cytometry Core Facility (IUSM-South Bend)

Complete List of Core Facilities Available

Notre Dame Research Facilities and Resources
Indiana University School of Medicine South Bend Research Cores
Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (CTSI) Research Cores

 

Administrative Resources

Notre Dame Research Administration
Notre Dame Research Administration is available to assist faculty in all Colleges and Schools with a full suite of administrative functions, such as serving as a liaison to sponsoring agencies. From grant proposals and contracts to developing position descriptions and travel expense reimbursement, Notre Dame Research is here to assist in all areas of the research administration lifecycle.
Notre Dame Research Compliance
The University of Notre Dame’s research compliance program provides information, support, expertise, and systems of administration needed to meet the laws, rules, and policies governing research in the most efficient and effective way.
Tech Transfer, Notre Dame
Tech Transfer provides a business-oriented service function that focuses on putting new Notre Dame technologies to work in the marketplace. Tech Transfer manages the University’s intellectual property portfolio and helps Notre Dame researchers realize the commercial potential of their research.  
Research Gateway, Indiana University
Find the information you need on research development, grants & contracts, and compliance.

Resource Forms

Freimann Life Science Center forms
NIH Forms and Applications
NSF Forms

Other Resources


Indiana University School of Medicine South Bend
Indiana University School of Medicine South Bend contributes to education, research and patient care/service.
Laboratory Animal Use Training, Notre Dame
The federal Animal Welfare Act (administered by the USDA) and regulations of the Department of Health and Human Services (including PHS) require training and continuing education for all scientists, research technicians, and animal care technicians and others involved with animal care and use.  This mandatory training program has been developed to fulfill this responsibility.
Notre Dame Research
Notre Dame Research supports and encourages innovation in more than twenty core facilities and resources, as well as in a number of key areas of research, including cancer, environmental change, global health, and many more, with faculty finding their homes in one of Notre Dame’s seven colleges or schools.
The Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute
A National Institutes of Health funded institute that supports the entire state of Indiana. It represents a partnership between Indiana University, Purdue University, University of Notre Dame, and key community and business partners in the state.
Walther Cancer Foundation, Inc.
The Walther Cancer Foundation, Inc. (WCF) is an independent, private grant-making foundation committed to eliminating cancer as a cause of suffering and death through supporting and promoting interdisciplinary and inter-institutional basic laboratory, clinical, and behavioral cancer research. The Foundation is particularly interested in supporting efforts to strengthen cancer research institutions in the state of Indiana.