UW-Madison offers extensive, state-of-the-art core facilities to support research. The research project resource guide is a roadmap for researchers on the UW-Madison campus, connecting them to the materials, information, contacts, and assets available for every stage of the research process. A full list of research cores and resources are available through the Research Project Resource Guide. Several of key relevance to genomics and CGSI research include:
- Biophysics Instrumentation Facility (BIF) The BIF is part of the UW-Madison Department of Biochemistry and provides state-of-the-art instruments to enable structural analysis of macromolecules.
- Biotechnology Center (UWBC) The UW Biotechnology Center provides fee-for-service research support through several facilities, including: Next Generation Sequencing Center, DNA Synthesis Facility, Gene Expression Center, Mass Spectrometry Facility, Targeted Genome Editing Facility, Transgenic Facility, Bioinformatic Resource Center.
- Carbone Cancer Center (CCC) The UW CCC provides service to patients and researchers through several shared facilities, find out more on their website: https://cancer.wisc.edu/research/shared-resources/
- Hight Throughput Computing Center (HTCC) The UW-Madison HTCondor Project supports high-throughput computing on large collections of computing resources distributed across campus. Users can work with the HTC group to implement and submit highly parallelized computing processes for high-throughput computational projects.
- National Magnetic Resonance Faciliyt (NMRFAM) The NMRFAM facility is available to scientists on and off campus to support research on macromolecular structure, dynamics, functional analysis, and metabolomic and natural product analysis.
- Data Science Hub Coordinates existing resources and expertise around a campus-wide data science strategy.
- Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Provides investigators readily available critical resources, including informatics tools, biostatistical support, and an array of core technologies.
- Laboratory for Optical and Computational Instrumentation (LOCI) Directed by Dr. Kevin Eliceiri, LOCI develops optical and computational technologies for cell imaging.