The Mouse Behavior Facility at MIND aims to provide Neurology investigators with a wide array of behavioral tasks for comprehensive assessment of motor and cognitive functions, anxiety, and social interactions in mice. Facility services include general and specific behavioral tests, protocols, and training in all of these areas. Included in these services is experimental design advice, assistance with animal protocol submission, data analysis, results interpretation, and assistance with writing descriptions of these tests, results and interpretation in grant proposals and manuscripts. The following behavioral tasks will be available for core use.
For more information, including fees and schedules please contact Robin M. Bradey.
Motor Function Task
For more information, including fees and schedules please contact:
Robin M. Bradley