Center for Biospecimen Research & Development
NYU Langone’s Center for Biospecimen Research and Development was launched as a partnership between the Office of Science and Research and the Department of Pathology. Our center’s mission is to drive scientific discovery through the use of human specimens. We help our investigators facilitate translational research, match human specimen resources to scientific needs, foster multi-investigator collaborative projects, and catalyze scientific innovation.
Our center is also focused on increasing clinical trial support for investigator-initiated trials, improving researcher access to existing biospecimen resources, and enhancing institution-wide tissue-banking efforts and capacity. Another priority is to implement a campus-wide policy for human biospecimen collection and storage to ensure regulatory compliance.
For more information, contact Iman Osman, MD, associate dean for translational research support, at email@example.com; Andre L. Moreira, MD, PhD, director of the Center for Biospecimen Research and Development, at firstname.lastname@example.org; or Sandra Mendoza, assistant director, at email@example.com. You can also contact our center at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to assisting you.
How to Acknowledge the Center for Biospecimen Research and Development
Please use the RRID in all of your citations when using the core.
The Center for Biospecimen Research and Development (RRID:SCR_017930) team should be acknowledged in grant applications, media releases, or publications from any work that includes the use of our instruments, services, expertise, or data.
The Center for Biospecimen Research and Development is partially supported by NYU Langone’s Laura and Isaac Perlmutter Cancer Center support grant P30CA016087. Please acknowledge this grant in all publications resulting from research using our facility or services. Additionally, all such publications are required to abide by National Institutes of Health Public Access Policy and be accessible through PubMed Central.