Core Facilities | Office of the Vice President for Research (OVPR) | The University of Vermont(title)

In recent years, the ability to perform cutting-edge research in university settings has become increasingly dependent on the quality and scope of the core facilities which provide the shared instrumentation and technological resources that support investigators.
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Vermont Advanced Computing Center

Our high-performance computing (HPC) clusters support large-scale computation, low-latency networking for MPI workloads, and high-throughput AI and machine learning workflows.

Vermont Advanced Computing Core (VACC)
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Office of Animal Care Management

The Office of Animal Care Management (OACM) is directed by the University Veterinarian, who provides oversight and clinical care for animals utilized in University teaching and research activities.

Office of Animal Care Management

Instrumentation and Model Facility (IMF)

IMFLabs turns your ideas into functional prototypes, custom instruments, integrated systems, precision parts, or accurate models.

Innovate. Model. Fabricate.
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UVM Libraries

The mission of the University of Vermont Libraries is to further the creation, application, and dissemination of knowledge by providing access to information resources and education in their use.

UVM Libraries

Core Facilities Across Campus

Searchable Database


Core Facilities Searchable Database for UVM and Northern New England hosted by the Vermont Genetics Network

College- or Program-Based


Follow each link below to a list of facilities and cores within that college or program.

Programs with Associated Cores


Northern New England Clinical and Translational Research Network (NNE-CTR)
Director: Gary Stein, PhD
Established in July 2017 to augment infrastructure and expertise needed for clinical and translational research, and to support innovative studies that will ultimately improve health outcomes in our region. The network is supported by the National Institute of General Medical Science through their Institutional Development Award (IDeA) Infrastructure for Clinical and Translational Research Program. The program supports "the development of infrastructure and other resources required for the conduct of clinical and translational research in IDeA-eligible states" such as Maine and Vermont.

Translational Global Infectious Diseases Research Center
Director: Beth Kirkpatrick, MD

Vermont Center on Behavior and Health (VCBH)
Director: Stephen Higgins, PhD
A Larner College of Medicine (LCOM) core facility, VCBH was established in 2013 to study the relationship between behavior and health. The VCBH has become a vibrant research center supported by multiple federal grants including a Tobacco Centers of Regulatory Science (TCORS) Award from the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)/Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and a Centers of Biomedical Research Excellence (COBRE) Award from the National Institute on General Medical Sciences.

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UVM Core Facility Emergency Fund

Core facility directors who experience an unexpected interruption in core facility services due to equipment failure or other demonstrably acute issues can apply for assistance from the reserve fund.

Apply for Emergency Funding

Questions? Contact

Dan Harvey

Assistant Dean, Graduate College • Director of Operations, Office of the Vice President for Research (802) 656-4566