COBRE Cell and Molecular Biology Core Facility:
Policies and Procedures
These policies are subject to change without notice. Please review them carefully. Failure to follow these policies will result in the loss of facility privileges.
- Project initiation, as well as any changes in project direction, must be made by the Principle Investigator through the Core Director.† Please contact Dr. Sheryl White at 656-2007 to initiate your project.
- All users must sign in on any equipment having sign up/log sheets.
- All users must be trained to use facility equipment by either the Core Director (Dr. Sheryl White, 656-2007) or technicians (Thomm Buttolph, 656-4549 and Edward Zelazny, 656-4549).† It is not acceptable for users to train others on core equipment.
- Users should bring any reagents/materials required for their experiments to the facility, unless prior arrangements have been made.† No chemicals are to be left in the facility without permission.
- "Borrowing" of reagents/solutions/materials from the facility without express permission will not be tolerated.
- All users must leave the equipment and benches in clean condition. Please report any unacceptable conditions immediately to facility personnel.
- Any users requiring the use of the radiation room must sign up to use the room, must be certified for handling radioactive materials, and must obey all radiation room policies.
- All publications and presentations containing data obtained using COBRE
facility equipment or resources must be properly acknowledged as shown below:
This publication was made possible by NIH Grant Numbers 5 P30 RR032135 from the COBRE Program of the National Center for Research Resources and 8 P30 GM 103498 from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences.
The project described was supported by NIH Grant Numbers 5 P30 RR032135 from the COBRE Program of the National Center for Research Resources and 8 P30 GM 103498 from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences.
and as needed:
Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of NIH.
This is a free facility for everyone at the University of Vermont; however, preference will be given to the principle investigators listed on the COBRE grant, followed by members of the neuroscience community and finally, the university as a whole.† Check in advance when planning experiments to determine space and equipment availability.
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