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The Biomedical Research Core Facilities (BRCF), part of the University of Michigan Medical School Office of Research, is a collection of centralized labs and services offering state-of-the-art instruments and resources to faculty and staff.
The BRCF are among the top enablers in the Medical School's Strategic Research Initiative. Together, we work to facilitate the infrastructure improvements that benefit the entire research enterprise and leverage resources to support investigator-driven science. To learn more about recent strategic investments made into the cores, visit the new investments page.
We continually evaluate the technology and service needs of researchers, coordinate applications for grants to purchase equipment, and offer comprehensive training for investigators. And many of our Cores offer their services to other research institutions and the private sector.
Serving the entire University of Michigan research enterprise, BRCF strives to provide our customers with economical, efficient services of the highest quality with the ultimate goal of positively impacting human health.
Director, Biomedical Research Core Facilities