Inhalation Exposure Core

Scientific Cores & Shared Resources Inhalation Exposure Core
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Scientific Cores & Shared Resources Inhalation Exposure Core

NYU School of Medicine’s Inhalation Exposure Core provides services to support scientists in conducting noncancer-related and cancer-related rodent species research using carcinogenesis models and carcinogen administration.

The Inhalation Exposure Core is a satellite facility of NYU School of Medicine’s Central Animal Facility and Division of Comparative Medicine, which is accredited by the Association for Assessment and Accreditation of Laboratory Animal Care International. The research carried out at this facility is partially funded by NYU Langone’s Laura and Isaac Perlmutter Cancer Center.

Our core provides researchers with veterinary care, supervision, and oversight for experiments with rodent species. We offer experimental design, research facilities, animal care, and technical assistance for the delivery of carcinogens, toxic chemicals, infectious agents, and interventional compounds through inhalation exposure.

Contact Us

The Inhalation Exposure Core is located within NYU School of Medicine’s Department of Environmental Medicine at 57 Old Forge Road in Tuxedo Park, New York.

To make an inquiry, please contact one of our co-directors, Lung-Chi Chen, PhD, at lung-chi.chen@nyumc.org, or Terry Gordon, PhD, at terry.gordon@nyumc.org.

How to Acknowledge the Inhalation Exposure Core

NYU School of Medicine’s Inhalation Exposure Core is partially supported by the Laura and Isaac Perlmutter Cancer Center support grant P30CA016087 and the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences grant ES000260. 

Please acknowledge Perlmutter Cancer Center and the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences in publications and all forms of media related to a study supported by these grants. 

The following manuscript acknowledgment is suggested: “Supported in part by grant P30CA016087 from the National Cancer Institute and grant ES000260 from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences.”