DRC Scientific Cores
The Penn DRC facilitates and supports research in diabetes and endocrinology in a variety of ways. Six biomedical research core facilities are designed to facilitate the inter-disciplinary investigations of Penn DRC scientists:Core Facilities
- Functional Genomics Core
- Metabolomics Core
- Mouse Phenotyping, Physiology and Metabolism Core
- Islet Cell Biology Core
- Radioimmunoassay / Biomarkers Core
- Transgenic and Chimeric Mouse Core
- Viral Vector Core
Please remember to acknowledge the DRC in your research publications, conference abstracts, grant proposals, presentations and posters, that result from the usage of its cores and/or from Pilot and Feasibility (P&F) grants received from the DRC. If you used a DRC core, please mention the core in your acknowledgement.
Specific language for acknowledging the DRC is listed below:
Direct DRC Funding Support:
"This research was supported by a pilot award from the DRC at the University of Pennsylvania from a grant sponsored by NIH DK 19525."
Indirect/Partial DRC Funding Support:
"We thank the University of Pennsylvania Diabetes Research Center (DRC) for the use of the ________ Core (P30-DK19525)."