Resources and Facilities

The Program in Molecular Medicine offers within its building a broad spectrum of state-of-the-art methodologies to its laboratory groups, including deep sequencing, ultrafast 3D digital imaging microscopy (wide field and TIRF) of live cells, spinning disk confocal microscopy, x-ray crystallography, mouse metabolic phenotyping, analytical centrifuation, mouse knockout technology and RNAi-based gene silencing in vitro and in vivo.
Computational resources include graphics workstations and multiprocessor Beowulf clusters for data processing, image reconstruction, 3D visualization, model building, refinement, molecular dynamics, and structural bioinformatics.