CWRU Rodent Behavior Core

The goal of the CWRU Rodent Behavior Core in the School of Medicine is to conduct state of the art rodent behavioral testing for investigators at Case and other participating CTSC institutions. The core facility is equipped to perform a comprehensive battery of behavioral tests to thoroughly phenotype overall motor and sensory function of rats and mice as well as phenotype specific behaviors of interest to the investigators (e.g., learning and memory, motor function and gaiting, place/fear conditioning, pain/analgesia, and anxiety-related behaviors).

The Core can assist in all aspects of rodent behavioral testing including design and execution of behavioral tasks as well as data analysis and interpretation.

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