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Biosensor, Biomarker and Environmental Toxicology Core Facility

Director: Saleh, Mahmoud, Ph.D.


The Biosensor and Biomarker Technology (BBT) Core Facility is a research support facility at Texas Southern University (TSU) that provides technical and resources support as well as hands-on training in molecular and biochemical techniques for environmental and biomedical research investigators. The main objective of the BBT is to provide essential research infrastructure to improve and facilitate the research capabilities of faculty investigators and graduate students at TSU. To accomplish this goal, the BBT core facility provides assistance to research investigators in the following molecular, environmental and toxicological techniques through RCMI-sponsored research resources.


    Member: Anthony, Kevin
    Role: Graduate Research Assistant, Department of Chemistry

Last updated: 2012-06-06T15:14:40.208-05:00

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