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Cancer Cell Culture


To provide students and researchers an environment to perform cancer cell culture based research. Training equips individuals with the knowledge of correct aseptic techniques and mathematical calculations for precise cell growth, while flow cytometry affords individuals the opportunity to monitor and measure cell response to laboratory developed compounds.


Brown Chemistry Building - Room 3125

Consultation Hours

Monday - Friday
9:00am - 5:00pm

Training Hours

By appointment only

Cell Culture Facility

  • Active Cell Culture Lab Membership required for use of the facility after training.
  • Bloodborne Pathogen, Chemical Hygiene Plan, and Personal Protective Equipment training required before use of the facility or training
  • Contact the manager directly to schedule training on the following:
    • Mammalian Cell Culture, training includes:
      • Fundamentals in aseptic technique
      • Reviving and preservation of cells using liquid nitrogen
      • Hemacytometer counting
      • Expansion and general maintenance of cell cultures
    • Autoclave
    • Flow cytometer


Please contact the laboratory manager for current pricing, Chemistry department faculty will receive a discounted rate. All students requesting training must be part of a university research group.

  • 12 Month Cell Culture Lab Membership with cell culture training
  • 6 Month Cell Culture Lab Membership with cell culture training
  • Cell culture training

Autoclave training – Chemistry department only, no charge

 Fluorecent cell

Michael Alley, Laboratory Manager
BRWN 3125