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Research Facilities

The College of Pharmacy provides a variety of equipment and services supporting all research groups. We have in-house instrumentation, computing, electronics and facilities specialists, as well as a wide spectrum of resources deployed throughout the college.

The college maintains shared resources available to all college research personnel. College research personnel also have access to the instrumentation and services (NMR, MS and proteomics) of the Ohio State Campus Chemical Instrument Center, including the 600 and 800MHz NMR spectrometers located adjacent to the college’s 400MHz instrument.

For more information about the college's research facilities, contact Dmitriy Uchenik ( 

In this section

  • People learning in the Shared Instrumentation Facility

    Shared Instrumentation Facility

    The Shared Instrumentation Facility is on the the first floor of the Riffe Building and supports the wide variety of research done at the College of Pharmacy. Our instrumentation resources range from NMR to Mass Spectrometry and from Gel Imagers and Multi-Mode Plate Readers to Fluorescent Microscopes.
  • Bright Science Lab

    High Throughput Screening Core

    The High Throughput Screening Core (HTSC) located in 345 Parks Hall. The HTSC supports OSUCCC members and the greater scientific community through Assay Adaption/Development, High Throughput Screening (HTS), and High Content Screening (HCS) to identify chemical starting points for the discovery of drugs and molecular probes.
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    The OSUCCC - James Shared Resources

    In addition to in-house resources, college personnel can access the OSUCCC – James Shared Resources. Shared Resources provide specialized services to cancer researchers including cost-effective, state-of-the-art technology and instrumentation; expert guidance and training; and clinical, administrative and technical support.