About the Center

About
ABOUT THE CENTER FOR BIOTECHNOLOGY
The University of Nebraska Lincoln (UNL) Center for Biotechnology provides state of the art technologies for research through core facilities, enriches the research environment at UNL through a weekly seminar series, provides training to faculty, students and staff through workshops and short courses and awards student fellowships and scholarships.

We offer core facilities for bioinformatics, flow cytometry, genomics, microscopy, plant transformation, and proteomics/metabolomics. The activities of the Center are supported by funds from the Nebraska Research Initiative and grants from NSF and NIH. We aim to provide services and training to enhance the research environment and research capabilities at the University of Nebraska and for local and regional businesses.



Questions?

For general questions about the Center, please contact the Director:
Daniel Schachtman – daniel.schachtman@unl.edu


For specific questions about core facilities contact:
Bioinformatics: Jean-Jack Riethoven – jeanjack@unl.edu
Flow Cytometry: Dirk Anderson – dirk.anderson@unl.edu
Microscopy: Joe Zhou – yzhou2@unl.edu
Plant Transformation: Thomas Clemente – tclemente1@unl.edu
Proteomics & Metabolomics: Sophie Alvarez – salvarez@unl.edu