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WiscCores Showcase March 4, 2020 Event has PASSED

Wed March 4, 2020

Union South Varsity Hall


Register Now!

Coffee & Breakfast

Workshop Lunch

Inviting all Researchers, Graduate Students and Postdocs

65 Cores & Facilities

talk with experts for advice

15 Flash Talkes

learn about resources

4 Mini Workshops

explore new approaches

Applied Population Laboratory • Arboretum • Biochemistry Optical Core • Bioinfomatics Resource Center • Biophysics Instrumentation Facility • Biotron Laboratory • BRMS Mouse Breeding Core & Research Services • Cardiovascular Physiology Core Facility • Center for Digital Accessibility and User Experience • Center for High Throughput Computing • Chemistry Magnetic Resonance Facility • Clinical Research and Data Services • Clinical Trials Data Coordinating Center • Collaborative Crystallography Core in the Department of Biochemistry • Data Science Hub • Department of Surgery Histology Core • DesignLab • DoIT Data Center Services • Drug Development Core • Ebling Library, School of Medicine and Public Health • Electronic Lab Notebook Team • Emergency Department Research Coordinator Program • Genome Editing & Animal Models Core • Health Innovation Program • Institute for Research on Poverty • Libraries • Mass Spectrometry/Proteomics Facility–Biotechnology Center • Microbiome Hub • NMRFAM • Purchasing Services MDS/SWAP • Radius Medical Image Analysis • RARC Trainers • RARC Training and Pathology Services • Recover Analog and Digital Data • Research Data Services • Small Animal Imaging & Radiotherapy Facility • Social Sciences Computing Cooperative • Teaching & Research Initiatives in Pathology Lab • UW Optical Imaging Core • UW School of Pharmacy Mass Spectrometry Facility • UW Survey Center • UW–Madison Public Access Service • UWBC DNA Sequencing Facility • UWBC Gene Expression Center • UWCCC Biostatistics Shared Resource • UWCCC Cancer Informatics Shared Resources • UWCCC Flow Cytometry Laboratory • UWCCC Translational Sciences BioCore BioBank • Vision Research Core • Waisman Brain Imaging Core • Water Science and Engineering Laboratory • WiCell • WIMR Imaging Services • Wisconsin Centers for Nanoscale Technology • Wisconsin Crop Innovation Center • Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene • WiSOR Qualitative Core and Transcription Services • WNPRC Assay Services • WNPRC Genetics Services • WNPRC Immunology Serivces Unit • WNPRC Research Services • WNPRC Virology Services • and more!

• Arts & Humanitites • Biological Sciences • Physical Sciences • Social Sciences •

Welcoming all members of the research community—faculty, staff, postdocs, graduate students, undergraduates, and campus partners—to explore the capabilities of campus research cores and shared resource units in a showcase of research services and support on Wednesday, March 4, 2020 from 9:00 am–12:00 pm in Varsity Hall (I, II, III) at Union South.

The WiscCores Showcase connects researchers with the resources that can support their work: learn about imaging, informatics, education, nanotechnology, surveys, spectroscopy, data management and more!

REGISTER TO ATTEND to receive reminders and updates, and so we can plan for adequate refreshments and mini-workshop lunches.

The event is free and open to all. Refreshments will be served. Walk-in attendance welcome—invite your colleagues!

WiscCores 2020 Agenda Union South
9:00 am–12:00 pm Table exhibits Varsity I & II
9:00 am–9:10 am Welcome from VCRGE Varsity I & II
9:00 am–10:00 am Breakfast and networking Varsity I & II
10:00 am–11:00 am Flash talks (15 cores x 3-min each) Varsity III
11:00 am–12:00 pm

Methodology Mini Workshops

(15-min each)

Using Flow Cytometry in Your Research

Dagna Sheerar, UWCCC Flow Cytometry Laboratory

Policy-Relevant Research Methods

Hilary Shager, Institute for Research on Poverty

Getting the most from NMR

Charlie Fry, Chemistry Magnetic Resonance Facility

What can CRISPR do for me?

Dustin Rubinstein, Genome Editing & Animal Models

Varsity III
12:00 pm Closing Varsity I & II

Questions or suggestions? Please contact Isabelle Girard, Director, Office of Campus Research Cores.

[REGISTER YOUR CORE or shared resource unit by Wednesday, February 5 to present a display, and to give a flash talk or a methodology overview. Guidelines for core table displays are here.]