Research in the Division of Biomedical Sciences
The faculty and students of the UCR School of Medicine's Division of Biomedical Sciences are working to build a broad understanding of human disease, therapeutics and design of predictive experimental model systems through an innovative and rigorous program that integrates medical curriculum with mentored research and critical analysis of research-based modeling of human pathophysiology while working to bridge the gulfs between basic science and clinical medicine.
The faculty of the Division of Biomedical Sciences are well known in their areas of research specialization, including:
- Receptor biology
- Developmental disorders
- Drug design
- Chronic inflammatory and autoimmune disease
- Vaccine development
- Biophysics and bioengineering
The Research Operations Unit supports the ongoing research efforts of the School of Medicine Biomedical Sciences laboratories. Research Operations oversees the school's science laboratories in three research buildings – SOM Research Building, Webber Hall, and Boyce Hall.
Histology Core Facility
Located in Weber Hall, the Histology Core Facility contains a variety of research equipment.
Multiphoton Core Facility
Multiphoton Core Facility is home to the Nikon A1R MP Plus microscope.