Jonni S. Moore
moorej at mail.MED.UPENN.EDU
Thu Jun 24 13:42:17 EST 2004
this may not be the exact scenario...the issue was mostly that
equipment would not be purchased for individual user groups...ex.
there would not be several sorters located in multiple areas at an
institution. The idea is that a particular technology should be
consolidated for most efficiency (all sorters in one core). The
combination of all cores under one management is an evolving concept
and has some benefits as well, but those structures (like we have
here at Penn and in chicago) clearly require a major institutional
At 1:44 PM -0500 6/22/04, ckuszyns at unmc.edu wrote:
>At the recent ISAC meeting there was some discussion regarding NIH
>requirements to form "Super Cores" to support NIH based research on
>individual campuses. Which in effect means that campus cores or shared
>resources would need to be administered as a whole with all disciplines
>under the same management.
>Anyone have any more info or experience with this???
>Charles A. Kuszynski, Ph.D.
>Cell Analysis Facility
>University of Nebraska Medical Center
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Jonni S. Moore, Ph.D.
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