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Jeremy Stark, Ph.D.
Director
626-256-HOPE (4673), ext. 63346
jstark@coh.org
 
Lucy Brown, M.S.
Staff Scientist
626-256-HOPE (4673), ext. 67172
lbrown@coh.org
 
Alexander Spalla, B.S.
Research Associate II
626-256-HOPE (4673), ext. 65832
aspalla@coh.org
 
Ni Feng
Research Associate II
626-256-HOPE (4673), ext. 65832
nifeng@coh.org
 
Lippman-Graff Building:
Room 101 - MoFlo Cell Sorter
Room 102 - Tissue Culture for Flow Cytometry Facility
Room 103 - Supply Room and Preparation Room for MIF
Room 114 - Molecular Imaging Facility Scanners
Room 221 - Managers Office
Room 233 - Staff Office
Room 227 - CyAn and Gallios Analyzer
Room 228A - Fortessa Analyzer
Room 228B - Robo Sep Magnetic Bead Separator
Room 229 - AriaIII, and Aria SORP Cell Sorter
 
Gonda Building:
Room 1006B - BD Fortessa Cytometer
Room 3113 - BD C6 Analyzer
 
Beckman Research Center:
Room 3300– BD C6 Analyzer
 
 

Contact Us

Contact Us

Jeremy Stark, Ph.D.
Director
626-256-HOPE (4673), ext. 63346
jstark@coh.org
 
Lucy Brown, M.S.
Staff Scientist
626-256-HOPE (4673), ext. 67172
lbrown@coh.org
 
Alexander Spalla, B.S.
Research Associate II
626-256-HOPE (4673), ext. 65832
aspalla@coh.org
 
Ni Feng
Research Associate II
626-256-HOPE (4673), ext. 65832
nifeng@coh.org
 
Lippman-Graff Building:
Room 101 - MoFlo Cell Sorter
Room 102 - Tissue Culture for Flow Cytometry Facility
Room 103 - Supply Room and Preparation Room for MIF
Room 114 - Molecular Imaging Facility Scanners
Room 221 - Managers Office
Room 233 - Staff Office
Room 227 - CyAn and Gallios Analyzer
Room 228A - Fortessa Analyzer
Room 228B - Robo Sep Magnetic Bead Separator
Room 229 - AriaIII, and Aria SORP Cell Sorter
 
Gonda Building:
Room 1006B - BD Fortessa Cytometer
Room 3113 - BD C6 Analyzer
 
Beckman Research Center:
Room 3300– BD C6 Analyzer
 
 
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Location: City of Hope and Beckman Research Institute
1500 East Duarte Road Duarte, CA 91010-3000
Phone: 626-256-HOPE (4673), Ext. 63306
Fax: 626-358-7703

 

 


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