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  • Specialized Instrumentation — RCMI (2011-2016)
    and graphic map drawing view or edit sequence files find open reading frames translate genes or find genes or text in files Read More GraphPad Prism GraphPad Prism is a combination of basic biostatistics curve fitting and scientific graphing in one program Read More Lab Guard Class II Type A B3 Laminar Flow Biological Safety Cabinet This Bio safety Level 2 Tissue Culture Room is used for infectious agents and has a biological safety cabinet water bath incubator and autoclave Read More Microplate Reader This microplate reader measures the absorbance of the contents in the wells of 96 well microtitration plates It can perform single or dual wavelength measurements This microplate can be controlled by the Microplate Manager software program for protocol programming and data analysis Read More Nikon E 800 Fluorescence Microscope with Digital Camera Spot RI and Sony Digital Printer 8 1 2 x 11 300 DPI The Nikon E800 is a fixed stage upright microscope configured to image in transmitted light DIC and epifluorescence modes This microscope also has a digital camara Spot RI and Metamorph software for picture acquisition Read More Smart Spec Plus Spectrophotometer This spectrophotometer can read samples assays within a working wavelength range 200 800 nm It is a tool for quantification of nucleic acid and protein samples as well as monitoring of cell culture growth Read More SpectraMax M3 Multi Mode Microplate Reader Provides three modes of detection in a multi mode system uv visible absorbance fluorescence intensity and glow luminescence This equipment has full spectral range detection for cuvettes and 96 well plates Read More Verity Thermal Cycler The Veriti thermal cycler of 96 well is used to run PCR reactions This equipment has a color touch screen and intuitive interface plus VeriFlex Blocks six independent temperature blocks for increased flexibility

    Original URL path: http://rcmi.rcm.upr.edu/resreso/corefacnetwork/igdp/IGDRinst (2015-11-01)
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  • Services — RCMI (2011-2016)
    design Navigation Research Resources Core Facilities Network Translational Proteomics Center Center for Genomics in Health Disparities and Rare Diseases Translational Neuroscience Program Infectious and Global Diseases Research Program Staff Specialized Instrumentation Services Guidelines for Use Acknowledgment or RCMI Support CentIT2 RCMI Affiliated Facilities RCMI E Ticket System Guidelines for Core Facilities Collaborations Partnerships Our YouTube Channel Twitter eagle i WebNews Our monthly newsletter Contact us Emma Fernández Repollet Ph D Principal Investigator RCMI Program Room 621 A 6th floor Guillermo Arbona Building Medical Sciences Campus GPO Box 365067 San Juan PR 00936 5067 Email e fernandez upr edu Voice 787 763 9401 FAX 787 758 5206 UPR Acknowledgement of Funding This program is funded by RCMI grant G12 MD007600 National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities from the National Institutes of Health Please use this number to acknowledge support November 2015 November Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Upcoming Events NeuroAIDS A Tango of HIV and the Host Nov 17 2015 12 00 PM 01 00 PM Amphitheater

    Original URL path: http://rcmi.rcm.upr.edu/resreso/corefacnetwork/igdp/infec_services (2015-11-01)
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  • Guidelines for Use — RCMI (2011-2016)
    computers Users should notify the facility personnel of any problem with equipment and fill out a Problem Report Sheet Users are expected to have training in the handling of blood borne pathogens as well as infectious microorganisms and exercise the Universal safety precautions when working in the facility All working areas should be left clean and organized after using the facility Not Allowed Activities Reagents materials and equipment of this facility should not be taken out of the lab A 349 Drinking smoking and storing of food in refrigerators or on shelves application of cosmetics and handling of contact lenses are not allowed in the facility The CMGIDR IDC facility is a Type II Safety laboratory which means that pathogens may be handled in the laboratory for that reason the door should be locked at all times and visitors will not be allowed in the facility Materials from restricted shelves should not be removed Users mustbring all the materials needed for their experiments to the facility Reagents should not be stored in the refrigerators for long periods of time No radioactive isotopes are allowed in the facility Security The door to the facility must be closed and locked at all times Gas burners should not leave on unattended the principal gas source should always be turned off after use Flames near flammable substances should be avoided All broken glasses and sharps should be disposed in the appropriate containers All plastic ware materials or reagents in contact with infectious organisms should be dispose appropriately Reports Users are expected to provide information regarding their publications research support awards etc for completion of NIH progress reports and or program evaluations Safety Precautions The CMGIDR IDC is a biological safety level 2 BSL 2 facility in which experiments must be conducted following Universal Blood and Body Fluid Safety Precautions The Principal Investigators Using the facility are responsible for providing their students and laboratory staff with the training and immunizations necessary to work with the specific biological agents involved in their research prior to any work to be done at the facility No radioactive isotopes are allowed in the facility Flammable corrosive and any other chemicals used in the facility other than ethyl alcohol should not be stored in the lab after the work is done These chemicals should be handled in the fumes hood following the appropriate safety precautions Only ethyl alcohol will be stored in a designated safety cabinet for flammable chemicals All research performed in the facility should be conducted in accordance with the directives and regulations stated in the University of Puerto Rico Medical Sciences Campus Biosafety Manual the NIH Revised Guidelines For Research Involving Recombinant DNA Molecules NIH GUIDELINES and the CDC NIH Biosafety in Microbiological and Biomedical Laboratories BMBL manual Copies of these directives are available at the facility and can also be found online at http bmbl od nih gov http www cdc gov od ohs manual labsfty htm For additional questions regarding laboratory safety please refer to

    Original URL path: http://rcmi.rcm.upr.edu/resreso/corefacnetwork/igdp/infec_guides (2015-11-01)
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  • Acknowledgment or RCMI Support — RCMI (2011-2016)
    Floor UPR Medical Sciences Campus so that it can be included in the program s reports Navigation Research Resources Core Facilities Network Translational Proteomics Center Center for Genomics in Health Disparities and Rare Diseases Translational Neuroscience Program Infectious and Global Diseases Research Program Staff Specialized Instrumentation Services Guidelines for Use Acknowledgment or RCMI Support CentIT2 RCMI Affiliated Facilities RCMI E Ticket System Guidelines for Core Facilities Collaborations Partnerships Our YouTube Channel Twitter eagle i WebNews Our monthly newsletter Contact us Emma Fernández Repollet Ph D Principal Investigator RCMI Program Room 621 A 6th floor Guillermo Arbona Building Medical Sciences Campus GPO Box 365067 San Juan PR 00936 5067 Email e fernandez upr edu Voice 787 763 9401 FAX 787 758 5206 UPR Acknowledgement of Funding This program is funded by RCMI grant G12 MD007600 National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities from the National Institutes of Health Please use this number to acknowledge support November 2015 November Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Upcoming Events NeuroAIDS A Tango

    Original URL path: http://rcmi.rcm.upr.edu/resreso/corefacnetwork/igdp/infecack (2015-11-01)
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  • Core Facilities Network — RCMI (2011-2016)
    common infrastructure to organize laboratory materials Navigation Research Resources Core Facilities Network Translational Proteomics Center Center for Genomics in Health Disparities and Rare Diseases Translational Neuroscience Program Infectious and Global Diseases Research Program CentIT2 RCMI Affiliated Facilities RCMI E Ticket System Guidelines for Core Facilities Collaborations Partnerships Our YouTube Channel Twitter eagle i WebNews Our monthly newsletter Contact us Emma Fernández Repollet Ph D Principal Investigator RCMI Program Room 621 A 6th floor Guillermo Arbona Building Medical Sciences Campus GPO Box 365067 San Juan PR 00936 5067 Email e fernandez upr edu Voice 787 763 9401 FAX 787 758 5206 UPR Acknowledgement of Funding This program is funded by RCMI grant G12 MD007600 National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities from the National Institutes of Health Please use this number to acknowledge support November 2015 November Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Upcoming Events NeuroAIDS A Tango of HIV and the Host Nov 17 2015 12 00 PM 01 00 PM Amphitheater 6th floor Guillermo Arbona Bldg Medical

    Original URL path: http://rcmi.rcm.upr.edu/resreso/corefacnetwork/corefac (2015-11-01)
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  • Collaborations and Partnerships — RCMI (2011-2016)
    with RTRN and other research networks promoting collaborations and partnerships Contact Emma Fernández Repollet PhD Principal Investigator RCMI Program email e fernandez upr edu Telephone 787 758 25252 exts 1620 and 1621 or direct 787 763 9401 Navigation Research Resources Core Facilities Network RCMI E Ticket System Guidelines for Core Facilities Collaborations Partnerships Staff The RCMI Translational Research Network RTRN The eagle i Network Local and US Collaborations Our YouTube Channel Twitter eagle i WebNews Our monthly newsletter Contact us Emma Fernández Repollet Ph D Principal Investigator RCMI Program Room 621 A 6th floor Guillermo Arbona Building Medical Sciences Campus GPO Box 365067 San Juan PR 00936 5067 Email e fernandez upr edu Voice 787 763 9401 FAX 787 758 5206 UPR Acknowledgement of Funding This program is funded by RCMI grant G12 MD007600 National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities from the National Institutes of Health Please use this number to acknowledge support November 2015 November Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Upcoming Events NeuroAIDS A Tango

    Original URL path: http://rcmi.rcm.upr.edu/resreso/collabpartn/collaborations-and-partnerships (2015-11-01)
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  • School of Medicine - Clinical Sciences — RCMI (2011-2016)
    Luis J Department Clinical Sciences Position Professor E mail luis torres39 upr edu Area of Expertise B Lactamase Plasmids in Gonorrhoeae Valcárcel Marta I Department Clinical Sciences Position Professor E mail marta valcarcel upr edu Area of Expertise Neonatal Care Vázquez Guillermo J Department Clinical Sciences Position Dir Microbiology Dept Professor E mail guillermo vazquez1 upr edu Area of Expertise KPC B lactamases MRSA gram negative bacilli Vélez García Enrique Department Clinical Sciences Position Professor E mail hemaoncorcm hotmail com Area of Expertise Hematology Vélez Borrás Jesús Department Clinical Sciences Position Professor E mail jesus velez7 upr edu Area of Expertise Neurology Vélez Rosario Román Department Clinical Sciences Position Professor E mail roman velez upr edu Area of Expertise Cytomegalovirus Antibodies Hemophilia Vilá Pérez Luis M Department Clinical Sciences Position Professor E mail luis vila2 upr edu Area of Expertise Clinical Research in Systemic lupus erythematosus Vivas Mejía Pablo E Department Clinical Sciences Position Assistant Professor E mail pablo vivas upr edu Area of Expertise Cancer Nanomedicina liposomas sirna Wojna Muñiz Valerie Department Clinical Sciences Position Professor E mail valerie wojna1 upr edu Area of Expertise HIV AIDS HIV Associated Neurocognitive Disorders HAND Women HAND Biomarkers CSF Oxidative Stress Neuropsychology Zorrilla Maldonado Carmen D Department Clinical Sciences Position Professor E mail carmen zorrilla upr edu Area of Expertise AIDS VACCINE TRIALS Previous 100 items 1 2 Navigation Research Faculty RCMI Basic Research Program RCMI Clinical Research Program PRCTRC RCMI Training Research Program CRECD School of Dental Medicine School of Health Professions School of Medicine Basic Sciences School of Medicine Clinical Sciences Santiago Borrero Pedro Algaze Antonio Allende Myriam Altieri Pablo Aquino Piñero Edna E Ayala Sylvette Baerga Ortiz Abel J Báez Bermejo Adriana Banerjee Dipak K Barrios Nilka Behra Martine L Benabe Rivera Julio E Bertrán Pasarell Jorge Blagburn Jonathan M Blanco Rosa E Bolaños Benjamin Bonilla Melvin Félix Burke Ramírez Petra Burgos Calderon Rafael Cadilla Vázquez Carmen L Canino Glorisa Cangiano José L Carlo Izquierdo José R Climent Consuelo Colón De Marti Luz Conde Santiago José G Corey Susan C Costas Pablo Crespo María J Cruz Burgos Rosa E De Andino Richard M De Mello Walmor C De Jesús Berríos Yohanna Dharmawardhane Suranganie Díaz Ana M Díaz Pérez Clemente Díaz Ríos Manuel E Dunbar Donald C Escobales Nelson Espino Ana M Esquilín Inés O Facundo América Febo Irma Fernández Repollet Emma García García Inés García Fragoso Lourdes Garcia Palmieri Mario García Castiñeiras Sixto González Keelan Carmen I González Sánchez Juan A Gonzalez Pijem Lilliam González M Rosario González Ríos María del Carmen Gonzalez Michelle González Méndez Ricardo Guerríios Lourdes Haddock Lillian Herreño Sáez Diógenes Hillyer George V Inserni Jaime Jiménez Vélez Braulio D Jiménez Rivera Carlos A Jimenez Velázquez Ivonne Z Joglar Irizarry Fernando Jorge Rivera Juan Carlos Kensler Robert W Kozek Wieslaw J Kraiselburd Edmundo K Kuffler Damien Laguna Figueroa Reinaldo López Reynold Luciano Carlos A Lugo Vicente Humberto L Lugo Amador Nannette M Martínez Martínez idalí Martínez Karen G Martínez Ferrer Magaly Marcos Martínez María J Meléndez

    Original URL path: http://rcmi.rcm.upr.edu/investigators/clinical_sciences?b_start:int=100 (2015-11-01)
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  • UPR Comprehensive Cancer Center Breaks Ground For New Hospital — RCMI (2011-2016)
    Comprehensive Cancer Center Breaks Ground For New Hospital Biomedical Workforce Development Report of Graduate Student Focus Group Our People On the Importance of Research on a Medical Sciences Campus RCMI Key Activities Fact Sheets RTRN Collaborative Solutions to Reduce Health Disparities Our YouTube Channel Twitter eagle i WebNews Our monthly newsletter Contact us Emma Fernández Repollet Ph D Principal Investigator RCMI Program Room 621 A 6th floor Guillermo Arbona Building Medical Sciences Campus GPO Box 365067 San Juan PR 00936 5067 Email e fernandez upr edu Voice 787 763 9401 FAX 787 758 5206 UPR Acknowledgement of Funding This program is funded by RCMI grant G12 MD007600 National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities from the National Institutes of Health Please use this number to acknowledge support November 2015 November Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Upcoming Events NeuroAIDS A Tango of HIV and the Host Nov 17 2015 12 00 PM 01 00 PM Amphitheater 6th floor Guillermo Arbona Bldg Medical Sciences Campus 2nd International Symposium of

    Original URL path: http://rcmi.rcm.upr.edu/publications/pr_files/newcancerhosp/view (2015-11-01)
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