Resources and mentoring
Whether you are applying for a CFAR Developmental grant or have received your notice of award, the entire Center is here to help you. Our four basic science cores, our , Bioinformatics and Information Technologies Core, and the can help you design your study, collect and process specimens, and even help you analyze the results.
Developmental grant recipients usually receive CFAR core services at a reduced cost, and some of our services are offered at no charge!
CFAR Core Directors are available to serve as mentors for junior investigators. For assistance in identifying a mentor, please contact any of the following:
- CFAR Developmental Core Director, Dr. Joshua Fierer
- CFAR Director, Dr. Douglas Richman
- Core Directors (see Core Services)