As a world-renowned medical research institution, Johns Hopkins Medicine operates a variety of core facilities designed to encourage and enable cutting-edge research. These facilities enable advanced studies of basic science, genetics, medicine and more in order to provide better medical treatments.

Mass Spectrometry & Proteomics Facility Weblink
Accelerating discovery by giving Hopkins investigators access to cutting edge technologies in mass spectrometry and proteomics.

Deep Sequencing & Microarray Core Facility Weblink
Provides cost-effective and time-efficient access to cutting-edge genomic technologies and expert assistance with experimental design and data analysis.

Tissue MicroArray Facility Weblink
Offers a wide variety of services including histology, TMA design and construction, whole slide scanning TMA scanning, customized immunohistochemistry and nucleic acid detection services, free image analysis tools, and secure database access and storage.

GRCF High Throughput Sequencing Center Weblink
Offers access to ‘next generation’ sequencing platforms.  Including three HiSeq 2000 instruments. Using a sequencing-by-synthesis chemistry, billions of bases are produced with each run at a cost of less than 1% of capillary-based methods.

Microscope Facility Weblink
Provider of light, fluorescence and electron microscopy services.  Also offering high-quality specimen preparation and corresponding high-quality of images.

Flow Cytometry Shared Resource Center Weblink
Equipped with analytical scanners and cell sorters. Cells are sorted on state-of-the-art high speed cell sorters by designated sorter operators.

Genetics Resources Weblink
Providing research expertise, products and services for the study of the human genome.

Synthesis and Sequencing Facility Weblink
Provides oligonucleotide synthesis and purification, peptide synthesis and purification, N-terminal sequence analysis and DNA sequencing.

Stem Cell Core Facility Weblink
Human stem cell research provides an extraordinary opportunity to understand human development and differentiation, and to model specific diseases.