The Georgia CF Core Center grant focuses on non-pulmonary aspects of disease and how these impact pulmonary aspects of disease.
This grant includes three research Cores:
Interested? Check out our REDCap to request services provided by these cores.
The CF Discovery Core provides several services including:
The CF Animal Models Core provides murine models relevant to cystic fibrosis researchers. During its history, multiple models have been maintained and provided to researchers at a reasonable cost towards helping to address specific aspects of CF.
Currently the CF Animal Models Core has 3 murine strains available:
Conducting a human-subject research study? The Research Oversight Committee will provide you with access to subject-matter clinical expertise while evaluating the scientific impact and feasibility of your study.
Contact Lilly Meier for more information.
The Center for Cystic Fibrosis and Airways Disease Research (CF-AIR) is the home for two research programs, one focused on cystic fibrosis (CF), and one focused on asthma. Research in other airway diseases, such as COPD and non-CF bronchiectasis, also is of interest.
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