Bascom Palmer and the Department of Ophthalmology have various core modules to support all aspects of cutting-edge ophthalmic research and to foster collaborative research among investigators from various disciplines and with industry.
- Experimental Models
- Imaging and Histology
- Multiomics - Mass Spectrometry Core Facility
- Shared Equipment
- Ophthalmic Biophysics
- Ocular Microbiology
Access to modules is provided to all eye and vision research scientists at the University of Miami. Scheduling is managed through the University’s Sharepoint website. Please contact Charles Yaros, Sr. Manager of Research Support, for access by clicking on the module title.
When demands exceed availability, the priority of access is: 1) Investigators with NEI-R01 funding; 2) investigators working on revised NEI-R01 grant applications; 3) investigators collecting data for new NEI grant submissions. 4) non-NEI-funded vision investigators may use the modules, particularly if such usage could potentially lead to or facilitate a new collaboration with an NEI funded investigator or a new NEI proposal. The same priority order also applies to individuals who require assistance or training from module directors and managers.
Users of the Experimental Models, Multiomics and Imaging modules should quote Grant P30 EY014801 in their publications.