Tissue Culture Core Facility


University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston
Tissue Culture Core Facility

 Locations & Hours
 Department of Microbiology and Immunology
 Medical Research Building (MRB) 4.128
11th Street & Mechanic Galveston, TX 77555-1019
Telephone: 409-772-4903
open: 8:30 am to 5:00 pm , Monday thru Friday





Facility Personnel

Istvan Boldogh, DM&B, PhD, DHC

Professor, Director
Phone: 409-772-9414

    Email: sboldogh@utmb.edu
                                                                                           
                                                                                                                                              Yixiao Sun, MS                                                                       John Borsellino, AAS

       Research Associate                                                                Lab Tech Assistant
                   Phone ext: 2-4903                                                                    Phone ext: 2-4903
                   Email:
yisum@utmb.edu                                                         Email: jbborsel@utmb.edu


About the Tissue Culture Core Facility

 
The Tissue Culture Core Facility (TCCF) was established in 1997. TCCF has developed an infrastructure of core services essential for investigators affiliated with clinical and basic science departments and centers at UTMB.
     The investigators served by the TCCF have research programs that include patho- and immune-biology of BSL-2, -3 and -4 level infectious agents (viruses, bacteria, parasites), as well as a wide range of diseases linked to chronic inflammatory processes, drug abuse, behavioral disorders, and aging and age-associated diseases.

MISSION


     The Tissue Culture Core Facility provides a variety of services and technical support to enhance the ability of UTMB investigators to conduct high-quality collaborative research that is dependent on a variety of cell culture systems and cell biology methods to address biomedical questions at the cellular and molecular levels with an emphasis on human systems. This mission is accomplished by providing appropriate technical and intellectual assistance to UTMB investigators in a functional, cost-efficient, and multi-user environment that will enhance productivity in both their individual and collaborative research programs. Another important aspect of the core’s mission is training investigators (students, new investigators).

 
   Cost-Effificient --- Multi-User--- Functional