Centers & Research Programs

Dartmouth has many non-degree-granting Centers and Programs that foster collaborative, interdisciplinary research in different areas of biomedical science. These programs support activities and resources that further the MCB program goals. Through retreats, symposia, meetings and shared grants, researchers with diverse expertise come together around common problems or questions. These communities of researchers create links across disciplines and form networks that traverse Dartmouth departments.

Research Resources

Dartmouth MCB faculty and students enjoy access to a world-class, interdisciplinary research infrastructure. Because technology is rapidly evolving, Dartmouth is constantly acquiring and implementing new techniques, instruments, and approaches. A wide range of equipment is available in core facilities for a variety of cutting-edge technologies. Beyond this sampling, MCB researchers have access to many additional core facilities and other shared resources for live-cell imaging, nano-particle development, bio-informatics analysis of deep sequencing, proteomics, and more.

In addition to core facilities, the collaborative nature of the MCB program is illustrated by the extensive sharing of technologies and equipment between individual labs. This facilitates the implementation of the newest, cutting-edge techniques throughout MCB labs.