Welcome

Consistent with the University guidance, YCMD lab is only available to support approved critical research efforts. If you have an approved critical research project which needs YCMD, please contact Yulia Surovtseva at 203-737-3271 or yulia.surovtseva@yale.edu

The entire team is also working remotely to address any other needs as they arise. We are still available to discuss and plan new projects and support current programs by designing the experiments, analyzing the data, and supporting grant and patent applications and publications. Please reach out to your project lead for any questions on the existing programs. For new inquiries, please contact Yulia Surovtseva at 203-737-3271 or yulia.surovtseva@yale.edu.

We hope that everyone stays safe and healthy.

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Your Research + YCMD Resources = New Molecules and Biological Insight     

The math is simple. Combining your innovative research with YCMD’s resources can jumpstart a new line of inquiry to provide novel tools and biological understanding. Partner with our experienced staff members to find molecules and genes that modify your biology of interest, or investigate in high-throughput format how existing molecules and genetic probes affect the biology. The Center’s resources include small molecule and siRNA collections, sophisticated infrastructure for high throughput assay design and screening in microplate format, a high speed fluorescent microscope, and a variety of instrumentation to meet your liquid handling needs.

Publication Acknowledgment

If research supported by this Research Core results in publication, please acknowledge this support by including the following in your publication(s):
“We thank the Yale Center for Molecular Discovery for their assistance with  _________ service. The Core is supported in part by an NCI Cancer Center Support Grant # NIH P30 CA016359. Equipment and libraries were supported in part by the Program in Innovative Therapeutics for Connecticut’s Health.”