The Faculty of Health Sciences boasts the largest animal laboratory in Northern Europe - the Campus Animal Research Unit.
The Faculty also oversees a number of other core facilities, providing unique resources to help our scientists develop their research methods and build up their expertise.
- Core Facility for Transgenic mice
- Core Facility for Molecular Imaging, part of the Molecular Imaging Cluster
- Core Facility for NMR-scanning, part of Muscle Research Center
- Core Facility for Whole Body Irradiation of Laboratory Animals
- Core Facility for Experimental Surgery at the department of Experimental Medicine, including Gammacell equipment
- Core Facility for Behavioural Studies
- Core Facility for Biostatistics
- Core Facility for Bioinformatics at the Wilhelm Johannsen Centre for Functional Genome Research
- Core Facility for Integrated Microscopy
- Rodent Metabolic Phenotyping Center
"There are some really good core facilities here and that was a factor in my decision to relocate my research group to Copenhagen. I work on frogs using the xenopus as a model and the facilities for frogs are really outstanding. There's also been significant investment leading to the creation of genuinely world class transgenic facilities."
Danstem, Danish Stem Cell Institute