Animal Metabolism Phenotyping Core

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The Animal Metabolism Phenotyping Core provides contemporary phenotyping techniques for metabolism and energy balance in mouse models of nutrition and disease.


The Animal Metabolism Phenotyping Core offers technical support and expertise for measuring traits related to metabolism in mouse models of obesity and nutritionally relevant disease. With locations in Chapel Hill and Kannapolis, the Core provides access to state-of-the-art methods, equipment, and populations to support high quality and high throughput phenotyping of energy balance components in mice.


Services

The AMP Core offers a variety of animal metabolism phenotyping services. Please select an icon below to learn more about a specific service and/or to submit a service request.


Contact Us

Daniel Pomp, PhD
Professor, Genetics and Nutrition
5044 Genetic Medicine Building
CB# 7264
Chapel Hill, NC 27599
(919) 966-0013
dpomp@unc.edu

  • Director, Animal Metabolism Phenotyping Core

Rosalind Coleman, MD
Professor, Nutrition and Pediatrics
2301 Michael Hooker Research Center
CB# 7461
Chapel Hill, NC 27599
(919) 966-7213
rcoleman@unc.edu

  • Co-Director, Animal Metabolism Phenotyping Core-Chapel Hill

Kunjie Hua, MD
Research Technician
120 Mason Farm Road
CB# 7264
Chapel Hill, NC 27599
(919) 966-0091
hua@unc.edu

  • Core Manager, Animal Metabolism Phenotyping Core-Chapel Hill

Jody Albright
Research Technician, Bennett Lab
500 Laureate Way
Suite 2303
Kannapolis, NC 28081
(704) 250-5049
jodyalb@email.unc.edu

  • Core Manager, Animal Metabolism Phenotyping Core-Kannapolis