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Research Resources

Stanley Manne Children’s Research Institute offers shared services and support for the faculty, staff and students of the research institute. Up to date technologies, knowledgeable staff and hands-on support help to enhance research productivity throughout Lurie Children’s.

Biostatistics Collaboration Center (BCC): BCC faculty and staff collaborate with investigators on all aspects of research: study design and grant development; data capture and statistical analysis; interpretation of results and manuscript preparation.

Biostatistics Research Core (BRC): The Biostatistics Research Core (BRC) is a core facility of Clinical Translational Research at the Manne Research Institute and is available to assist investigators with research projects from inception through final analysis.

D2P Editorial Service: The D2P (Data-to-Publication) Manuscript and Grant Editorial Service editorial assistance for qualifying research manuscripts and grants.

Galter Health Sceinces Library & Learning Center:The Northwestern University Galter Health Sciences Library fosters the creation and sharing of knowledge among the faculty, staff, and students of the Feinberg School of Medicine and its affiliates.

Microscopy and Imaging Facility: Light and fluorescent microscopes, confocal laser scanning microscopes, image analysis, digital darkroom, technical support, training

Northwestern University Clinical and Translational Sciences (NUCATS) institute: Whether you are an investigator, trainee, student or partner, NUCATS is here to connect you to a continuum of resources to enhance the efficiency and efficacy of your clinical and translational research. 

Library Services: The Lurie Health Sciences Library provides services and specialized collections for all Lurie Children’s faculty, staff and students.

The Impact Metrics initiative tracks the traditional and non-traditional ways that Lurie Children's faculty and staff make an impact through their scholarly work.