Boston Children’s Hospital scientific core facilities provide a broad array of specialized scientific services and resources to the research community. Children’s Cores use state-of-the-art equipment and technology and employ highly-trained personnel to execute procedures for investigators to help expedite research.

Because these resources are not dedicated to the work of a single researcher, group or department, Cores offer access to new research services and costly instrumentation for a wide variety of investigators, thereby avoiding duplication of expense and effort. This also ensures quality control and efficiency in coordinating services for multiple users. Partnering with BCH, the Harvard Catalyst has created this searchable database of core facilities within the Longwood Medical Area, now powered by the eagle-i resource discovery platform. The cores are indexed by institution and by service category; the catalog is also searchable by keyword. 

The database will grow as more cores are established and additional services are identified. 

List of Boston Children's Hospital Cores: