Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

Department of Physiology

Behavioral Phenotyping Core

The Northwestern University Behavioral Phenotyping Core (BPC) is an interdepartmental research core facility.

The mission of the BPC is to make available to funded research projects a facility to determine the behavioral effects of genetic manipulations, potential pharmaceuticals, aging, and other manipulations upon normal behavior, and the learning and memory capacities of rodents used as model systems.  The BPC will also work with PIs to gather pilot data for new applications.

Learn more about the center’s equipment and information on getting facility access via the website.

Contact

Behavioral Phenotyping Core
303 E. Chicago Avenue, Ward 7-140
Chicago, IL 60611