Established in 2003, the School of Public Health Biorepository collects, stores, and tracks high quality biospecimens collected for long term studies of human health and disease in children and adults. Sample handling includes processing, aliquotting, and shipping human biospecimens. We house over 500,000 biological and environmental samples from over 40 ongoing and completed research projects in our -80⁰C deep freezers and nitrogen tanks including blood, urine, hair, teeth, dust, DNA, RNA, and buccal cells.
On-Call Glass Washers/Laboratory Helpers are deployed to five buildings across campus on a recharge basis to replace career Laboratory Assistants who are on leave or vacation.
Provides Drosophila food on a recharge basis to over 20 labs on campus and at LBNL. Food is dispensed to narrow polystyrene or wide resin vials, and to 60z. or 8 oz. polypropylene bottles.
Provides bacterial, yeast, C. elegans (worms, Drosophila, or any specialty media you have a protocol for on a recharge basis to over 20 labs on campus and at LBNL.
Provides cell cultures, media, supplies and expertise on a recharge basis for more than 40 different laboratories on and off the main campus. Provides cell cultures for researchers to take to their labs for experiments, media and materials for checkout, and also allows use of laminar flow hoods, incubators and microscope for researchers who are using cells provided by the facility (on site).