Cutaneous Biology Research Center
The topics investigated at the CBRC span diverse research areas, including molecular/cellular biology of skin, stem cells, epigenetics, immunobiology, chemical biology/screening, topical drug delivery, itch, UV protection, metabolism, cancer biology, inflammation, pigmentation, hair follicle biology and laser application.
The mission of the Cutaneous Biology Research Center is to enhance the scientific understanding of fundamental biological processes that underlie the formation and homeostasis of the skin.
A listing of the Principal Investigators at the Cutaneous Biology Research Center at Massachusetts General Hospital.
When you support the Cutaneous Biology Research Center, you are making a significant contribution to advancing research at Massachusetts General Hospital.
The Analytical and Quantitative Cytology Core Facility at Massachusetts General Hospital offers services and equipment to perform most flow cytometric assays.
The CBRC Confocal Microscope Core provides support for confocal microscopy using a Nikon confocal microscope with galvo and resonant scanners for high-resolution scans.
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