The shared resource laboratory model, also called core or SRL, is an efficient and effective mechanism providing access to complex and expensive equipment for a broad range of research group budgets and size. In addition the SRL centralized and harmonizes discreet domain knowledge which can dramatically increase research throughout and execution. While the SRL model has been successful for many years, trends in equipment costs have not changed with the same slope as laboratory budgets, providing opportunity for more individual labs to acquire expensive assets previously sequestered in the SRL. Here we will discuss a representative example using the Wolf cell sorter that demonstrates how changes in SRL business models can maintain relevance with easier-to-use and lower cost equipment.
Spreker: Christopher Bare, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
Dit webinar vindt plaats op dinsdag 20 april om 15:00