Core Facilities at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) are run by experienced staff who are able to help with experimental design, troubleshooting and data interpretation.
In some facilities, equipment is available for researchers to use, while in other facilities your experiment is carried out for you according to a service level agreement. All facilities encourage interaction between users and members of the core facility.
The Cryopreservation Facility at the WHRI offers the possibility of freezing murine embryos and sperm from transgenic lines through cryopreservation.
Since 2000 the Genome Centre has successfully provided genetic and genomic research facilities to researchers within Queen Mary University and the wider Life Sciences research community.
Our centre houses a range of imaging facilities including state-of-the-art microscopes such as an LSM 800, Single Point, Time-Lapse EPI-Fluorescent, Brightfield and EPI Fluorescent, and B4D/3D Image Analysing Platforms.
The QMUL Lipid Mediator Unit is a QMUL Core Service that provides the instrumentation and expertise to investigate endogenous protective mechanisms that may become disregulated in disease with a focus on bioactive lipid mediators
The NIHR Bioinformatics and Biorepository at the WHRI supports many areas of translational research, including drug discovery, stratified medicine and clinical informatics.
iLab research facilities booking system
iLab is an online system for managing QMUL research laboratories and equipment that is designed to make booking these facilities more straightforward.
Using iLab you can:
- Book equipment
- Submit a service request
- View and agree quotes for using facilities
- Upload payment details
Find out more about the iLab research facilities booking system at Queen Mary University of London.