The Purdue Center for Cancer Research (PCCR) is the nucleus of Purdue’s on-campus and partner cancer research community. The PCCR fosters close interactions among cancer scientists in understanding aspects of chemical and structural biology, cell signaling, gene regulation, and effective targeting and delivery mechanisms for new anti-cancer agents. The shared resource’s role is to assist investigators from the Center’s Research Programs that are seeking novel approaches in addressing key cancer problems.
Our PCCR-sponsored facilities provide access to specialized technologies, services and expertise that enhance scientific interaction and productivity that support cancer-relevant research. Look below and see what we have to offer.
- Biomolecular Structure
- Computational Genomics (CG)
- Biological Evaluation (BE)
- Purdue Flow Cytometry and Cell Seperation (FC)
- Life Sciences Mass Spectrometry Facility (LSMSF)
- Transgenic and Genome Editing Facility (TGEF)
In addition to PCCR facilities and Purdue-affiliated facilities, we also have a collaborative, partnership agreement to offer center-supported shared resources at internal rates. The IU Simon Cancer Center has a number of facilities that support cancer research.
Check out what the IU Simon Cancer Center has to offer PCCR members.
The X-RAD320 is a shared equipment in the Purdue Center for Cancer Research, that can be used for X-ray irradiation of cells and mice.
Located on the 4th floor of the Hansen Life Sciences building, it is a campus wide resource and offered free of charge.
To request access, please contact Dr. Chang-Deng Hu at email@example.com.