University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute (UPCI)

CCSG Acknowledgement

Required CCSG Acknowledgement

The NCI requires that publications acknowledge the UPCI CCSG support, and they are tracking compliance. If a UPCI CCSG-supported Shared Resource provided data used in your publication, please include the following statement in the acknowledgment section of your publication(s):

"This project used the UPCI [insert name(s) of shared resource(s)] that [is/are] supported in part by award P30CA047904."

Shared Resource Directors: Please make sure to include this statement on all of your order forms, contracts, etc. as a reminder to your users to acknowledge the UPCI CCSG support.


Overview

The goal of the Cancer Proteomics Facility (CPF) is to facilitate the use of basic and advanced protein analysis techniques for cancer research applications at UPCI. We recognize that the complexity and cost of some CPF capabilities create barriers for many investigators and work in a customized way to develop workflows to support every phase of a research project. This “guided solutions” approach begins with face-to-face meetings between investigators and members of the CPF staff to scope out the scientific merit of the research project. For projects that have a significant statistical analysis component, a dedicated member of the UPCI Biostatistics Facility is available to assist in the design and analysis of the experiment. For investigators, post-docs, and graduate students who are seeking to gain more experience with modern protein analysis methods, the CPF encourages users to take a hands-on approach and work side-by-side with CPF staff. Sufficient laboratory space, sample preparation capability, reagents, mass spectrometers and informatics tools are available to support investigators working in the center. In this way, the CPF becomes a natural extension of investigators' laboratories and enables modern protein analysis techniques to be readily incorporated into ongoing research and future proposals.

Learn more about services provided by the CPF.