Integrative and Nonclinical Genomics
The Vermont Integrative Genomics Resource offers support and instrumentation for next generation sequencing, bioinformatics support, microarray analysis, Sanger DNA sequencing, quantitative PCR, SNP detection, DNA fragment analysis, and other services.
CLIA-approved and CAP accredited facility for high-complexity clinical genomic testing in a state-of-the-art laboratory designed specifically to handle clinical samples for genomic analysis. Currently performing a custom-built targeted genomic panel test on patients harboring solid tumors.
Developing three clinical care pathways for oncology, pharmacogenomics, and inherited disorders of clinically-validated assays.
The Clinical Genomics Laboratory is certified to further develop and maintain complex, high-quality assays to support translational and clinical trials.
Information coming soon
Cancer Translational Research Laboratory
The Cancer Translational Research Laboratory minimizes the barriers to translation of basic research to advances in clinical care. Highly trained personnel and comprehensive research resources enable clinicians to participate in early-phase studies and basic scientists to investigate the clinical relevance of their laboratory findings.
The Vermont Genetics Network Proteomics Facility provides support and instrumentation for mass spectrometry-based proteomics technologies for identification, characterization and quantitation of proteins in biological and biomedical samples.
Flow Cytometry and Cell Sorting
The Harry Hood Bassett Flow Cytometry and Cell Sorting Facility is a multi-user resource for the high speed analysis and sorting of cells. The facility has analytical cytometers, a high-speed cell sorter, and expert training, service and data-analysis resources.