The DNA  / Protein Core facilities at Georgia State University are located in downtown Atlanta and provides a centralized access to one of the principle units of the Advanced Biotech-nology Core Facilities at the University. The DNA/ Protein Core faciliies are primarily housed on the the 5th and 6th Floors of the Petit Science Center as well as on the third and fourth floors of the Natural Science Centre (see picture). The facilities are staffed by up to five, full-time PhD and Masters- level research technicians.who are on hand to help with, any and all, requests relating to instrumentation within the facilities.

As one of several facilities in the State that are sponsored by the Georgia Research Alliancethe DNA/Protein core facilities at GSU host a series of analytical and quantitative tools that give the academic researchers within the university and local industry the capability -andl the technological expertise- to pursue their research and instructional goals./a>.

 

 

 

 

PSC building

 

The Petit Science Center, at 100 Piedmont Ave SE, Atlanta Ga, was completed in April 2010, as a modern research and teaching facility.

for a map of its location, click on the picture of the Petit Science Centre to the left

 

 

The Natural Science Center, at 50 Decatur Street, Atlanta Ga, was completed in 1993, as a modern research and teaching facility.

for a map of its location, click on the picture of the Natural Science Centre to the right

 


This information is given as a guide to the facilities and instrumentation available in the DNA/Protein Core facility at Georgia State University. If you have any concerns or thoughts about the content of this website please contact: John Houghton (404) 413-5390