Meet the RRC
The Research Resources Center is a division of the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research at the University of Illinois at Chicago. RRC offers research faculty and staff a diverse inventory of high-end scientific equipment as well as a wide range of services. The RRC also welcomes external users doing scientific research.
RRC currently has 17 cores that specialize in various research techniques and areas. These cores employ personnel with extensive skill sets in various scientific protocols who are able to assist or fully execute your research projects. Furthermore, these cores maintain a diverse inventory of fully calibrated instruments available for users. Each core offers training on the use of instruments and core staff are equipped with skills and knowledge to troubleshoot equipment usage problems. RRC Cores are divided into three divisions:
RRC Research Support Units
These units function in collaboration with all other cores as well as individually to give our customers full support in their research endeavors.
Biophysics, Bioanalytics & Cytomics Division Cores:
Genome Research Division Cores:
Scientific Imaging & Nanotechnology Division Cores:
East Campus: SES Suite 100, 845 West Taylor St
West Campus: MSB Suite E32, 835 South Wolcott Ave
Research Support Units: