Core Facilities Retreat 2014

Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine Scientific Core Facilities Retreat - August 25th 2014

Program and Agenda
Wolstein Research Building


Dr. Pamela Davis - Dean and PI of the Clinical and Translational Science Collaborative
Dr. Mark Chance - Vice Dean for Research
Dr. Stanton Gerson - Director of the Case Comprehensive Cancer Center
Dr. Jonathan Karn - Director of the Center for AIDS Research

Co-Sponsor: Sigma-Aldrich

7:30am - Doors and Registration open
Continental Breakfast and Coffee

8:30 - 8:45am - Introduction by Dean Dr. Pamela Davis

8:45 - 9am - Keynote Address by Vice Dean for Research Dr. Mark Chance

9am - 9:45am - Talk - CRISPR/Cas: Gene Targeting For All Presenter: Ron Conlon Ph.D
Associate Professor, Department of Genetics and Genome Sciences
Director, Case Transgenic and Targeting Facility
Case Western Reserve University

9:45am - 10am - Break

10am - 10:45am - Update: Institutional Scientific Core Facilities Steering Committee

10:45am - 11:15am - Update: Billing and Reporting Subcommittee

11:15am - 11:45am - Update: Visibility and Access Subcommittee

11:45am - 1:15pm - Lunch and Poster Session
Poster Session will be open to the CWRU and Affiliates communities
See Poster Program Below

1:15pm - 2:45pm - Break Out Sessions
For Core Facility Personnel - Annual meeting of their respective Core Facility Cluster
Facilitator - Core Facility Cluster Representative
For Administrators - Core Billing and Reporting Next Steps and Future State
Facilitator - Joan Schenkel
For Select Invitees - SOM Core Facilities and Core Facilities Steering Committee: Where are we going?
Facilitator - Chris Flask Ph.D.

2:45pm - 3pm - Break

3pm - 3:15pm - Talk - The Role Core Facilities Play in the Training Mission of the School of Medicine
Presenter: Paul MacDonald Ph.D.
Associate Dean for Graduate Education in the School of Medicine
Associate Professor in the Department of Pharmacology
Case Western Reserve University

3:15pm - 4:15pm - Talk - Expanding Research Programs in the FPB School of Nursing: New Opportunities for Collaborations and Scientific Core Facilities.
Presenter: Mary E. Kerr, PhD RN FAAN
Dean, Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing
& May L. Wykle Endowed Professor
Case Western Reserve University

4:15pm - 4:30pm - Synthesis, Common Themes, and Take-Home Messages of the Breakout Sessions
Presenters: Chris Flask Ph.D. and Matt DeVries

4:30pm - 4:45pm - Closing
Mark Chance Ph.D.

4:45pm - 5:30pm - Closing Reception
Wine, Beer, Cheese, Crudite - Sponsored by Sigma-Aldrich

Poster Session

Poster #TitlePresented ByFocus
1Imaging Research CoreChris FlaskScience
2Population Health and Outcomes Research Core: Databases and ServicesSiran KoroukianScience
3CRALDE: Integrated Muti-Modality Core Facility Resource Usage ManagementShiqiang TaoScience
4Dynamic morphology of mitochondria during metabolic transition (EM Core Facility)Hisashi Fujioka Science
5Mouse Metabolic Phenotyping Center- Metabolic CoreColleen CronigerScience
6Proteomics CoreDanie SchlatzerScience
7CRISPR/Cas: A Revolution In Gene TargetingRon ConlonScience
8Case Transgenic and Targeting FacilityRon ConlonCore Facility Service
9Behavioral Measurement CoreSue FlockeScience and Core Facility Services
10Center for Statistical Research, Computing and CollaborationJiayang SunScience and Core Facility Services
11Gene Expression & Genotyping FacilityMartina VeiglScience and Core Facility Services
12Utilizing the Multiphoton/Confocal Imaging Core for Analyzing Biological SystemsYoshikazu ImanishiScience and Core Facility Services
13Dynamic morphology of mitochondria during metabolic transitionMidori HitomiScience and Core Facility Services
14Zebrafish Facility at CWRU and UHBrian McDermottScience and Core Facility Services
15Hematopoietic Biorepository and Cellular Therapy CoreJane ReeseScience and Core Facility Services
16Oxidative Phosphorylation in cultured skin fibroblasts Clinical Pharmacology - non cancer CoreCharles HoppelScience and Core Facility Services
17Protein Expression Purification and Crystallization Core (PEPCC) and Biophysics Core FacilityYinghua ChenScience and Core Facility Services
18Office of Translation and Innovation at the School of MedicineAnne DeChantCore Facility Service
19OH-Alive: Automated cell culture optimization platformMichael GilkeyCore Facility Service
20Possibly will bring one related to the CTSCCarolyn Apperson-HansenCore Facility Service
21Office of Comparative Effectiveness Research, Case CTSCGreg CooperCore Facility Service
22Department of Genetics Light Microscopy Imaging CorePatty ConradCore Facility Service
23Light Microscopy Imaging GroupPatty ConradCore Facility Service
24Animal Resource CenterJohn DurfeeCore Facility Service
25CWRU Rodent Behavior CoreHiroyuki ArakawaCore Facility Service
26New Services of the Cancer Center Cytometry and Imaging Microscopy CoreJames JacobbergerCore Facility Service
27Practice-Based Research Network Shared ResourceAmanda RossCore Facility Service
28Utilizing the Multiphoton/Confocal Imaging Core Facility for Analyzing Biological SystemsRichard LeeCore Facility Service
29MMPC Analytical CoreMichelle PuchwoiczCore Facility Service
30Lerner Research Institute Imaging CoreJudy DrazbaCore Facility Service
31Non-Cancer Pharmacology and Mitochondrial Function CoreSteve IngallsCore Facility Service
32CWRU Genomics CoreAlexander MironCore Facility Service
33FIND Lab - Full INclusion of Persons with Disabilities in Research (NIH-funded Lab)Shirley MooreCore Facility Service
34Immune Function CoreScott SiegCore Facility Service
35Swagelock Center for Surface Analysis of MaterialsAmir AvishaiCore Facility Service
36Neuroscience Imaging CenterMaryanne PendergastCore Facility Service



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