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Animal Core Facility

The animal Core facility is established to foster excellence in pancreatic cancer research of junior investigators and other biomedical researchers of the campus. 

The Core services include: 

  • Animal care
  • Protocol development
  • Training for researchers
  • Adherence to IACUC regulation 

Animal Core Director

Dr. Jodie Haring 

Dr. Haring has worked with animals in research for 16 years, the majority of which with small animal models.  Her role in the COBRE Animal Facility includes overseeing the day-to-day operations of the Facility, helping to develop protocols, and providing training to researchers.  

Animal Core Facility Fee Structure


  • Manager:  $34.70/hr
  • Injections: $1.25 each
  • Weights: time
  • Daily welfare/food and water checks: $1/cage/week of study
  • Gavage:  $6 each
  • Blood draw: $6 each
  • Tumor measurements: time
  • Ultrasound: time
  • Organ/tumor harvest: time
  • Protocol/manuscript/grant writing: time
  • Researching and ordering specialty supplies: time

Per Diem

  • .95/day:  includes bedding, food, water, cage washing, room and  IVC rack consumables

CORE Facility will also stock/order commonly-used consumables (upon request).





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Campus address: Sudro Hall 102
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Page manager: NDSU Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences

Last Updated: Wednesday, February 05, 2020 10:08:50 AM
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