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Emory core facilities shift down as part of emergency preparedness plan
Emory Report | March 26, 2020
In order to safeguard the health and safety of students, faculty, staff, patients and the general community, Emory University is implementing a planned winding down of non-critical on-campus research.
As part of this plan, the core facilities and service centers at Emory will only provide on-campus support for projects deemed essential. Core facility personnel will be available remotely and can be contacted for project updates. Cores focused on data analysis and experimental design will be minimally impacted and will provide their usual set of services.
Specific questions about projects and capabilities should be addressed to individual core directors.
More information can be found here.
About Emory's Core Facilities:
Core facilities are important research resources, providing state-of-the-art equipment and access to technical experts. Cores help drive innovation at an institution by connecting scientists with the tools and expertise they need to take their research projects to the next level. As part of a state-wide sharing agreement, Emory's core facilities are used by researchers at other universities, government agencies, non-profit organizations and industries.