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About the Lab

About the Lab


The CLL Experimental Therapeutics laboratory is located on the 4th floor of the OSU Comprehensive Cancer Center Building, just a short walk from the James Cancer Hospital.

The laboratory utilizes over 4,000 sq. feet of dedicated lab space, including over 500 sq. feet for the use of radioisotopes. We also have over 1500 sq. feet of office space for data analysis and writing.

Our state of the art equipment allows our team to continually develop new treatments for CLL.  We have two flow cytometers, each capable of 5 color analysis.  This allows us to quickly test the effectiveness of new therapeutics against primary tumor cells.  An extensive list of laboratory equipment can be found here.

 

View of Ohio Stadium from our lab

   

 View of typical lab room