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University of Wisconsin–Madison
Wisconsin National Primate Research Center
A legacy of life-saving research and humane animal care

Assay Services

Assay Services staff do assays in the lab.

Assay Services staff Hemanta Shrestha (l) and Cody James Corbett (r) perform ELISA assays.

COVID-19 pandemic update:

As of 1 June 2020, UW-Madison is beginning a phased reopening of research operations, but limitations on occupancy of campus buildings remain in place. These will continue to impact our ability to provide research support. The situation remains fluid, so we request your patience as we all navigate the process. Please contact us for updates if you wish to initiate a new project or restart one that has been paused due to COVID-19. 

Assay Services provides investigators with modern, efficient, and cost-effective endocrine and biomarker measurements in a centralized facility. Our clients include researchers affiliated with National Primate Research Centers (NPRCs), the UW Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR), and other Clinical and Translational Science Award recipients. Our goal is to provide method development and high throughput analyses of steroids, proteins, peptides, bioamines, biomarkers, and drug compounds to aid NIH-funded research with an emphasis on nonhuman primates and humans.

For more information, visit Assays Options and our FAQs page.

To request service, please see guidelines on the WNPRC Assay Services Request Service page.

Position Name E-mail
Assay Services Unit Head Dr. Amita Kapoor Contact Dr. Kapoor
Lab Manager Cody James Corbett Contact Cody Corbett

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