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Shared Resources

Shared Resources have been developed where a perceived need exists for specialized equipment, services, or expert consultation. Shared Resources with specialized instrumentation and the expertise to apply these resources to research have become increasingly important in recent years.

Shared Resources provide:

  • Facilitated and more affordable means to access technology that cannot be supported by individual labs.
  • Centralized intellectual and technical resources that can assist the researcher in designing and conducting the proper experiment, preparing the appropriate samples for analysis, analyzing them in the most appropriate manner, and assisting in correctly interpreting the results.
  • The essential technical support for the operation and maintenance of specialized equipment.

Cancer Center members may be eligible for benefits, such as priority access  and/or rate subsidies by the shared resources that are supported in part by the Cancer Center Support Grant (CCSG, P30CA072720) from the National Cancer Institute.

 

PUBLICATION ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Please acknowledge the services provided by Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey Shared Resources in your publications. 

Refer to each shared resource's webpage for a specific acknowledgement example. If you require additional guidance on how to properly acknowledge a single shared resource or multiple shared resources you may contact Janet Bandoy, Shared Resource Coordinator.

For general questions or to provide feedback on your experience using our Shared Resources, please click the button below:

Shared Resources Feedback

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