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Welcome to the Center for Experimental Infectious Disease and Research

  • The LSU-Tulane CEIDR was established as an NIH: NCRR-supported Center of Biomedical Research Excellence COBRE in 2004, led by the LSU School of Veterinary Medicine in a strategic alliance with the Tulane National Primate Research Center.

  • Our overarching focus is Immunopathogenesis of infectious diseases with specific emphasis in Vector-Borne and Respiratory diseases.

  • CEIDR provides an outstanding infrastructure support and training environment for the next generation of infectious disease researchers through 3 core labs GeneLab , Protein Lab and Molecular Immunopathology (MIP) Core . We are particularly interested in training veterinarians in NIH-focused research in pursuit of the “One Medicine” and “Comparative Medicine” research opportunities.

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CEIDR is happy to announce that Phase III of the LSU-Tulane COBRE has been competitively renewed.

CEIDR : Call for Pilot Research Projects sai

News: Christopher Mores will discuss mosquito-borne viruses & predicting where and how some diseases will spread at LSUScienceCafe on Sept. 30 For more information

CEIDR

Center for Experimental Infectious Disease and Research CEIDR provides state-of-the-art infrastructure and research support services to Louisiana scientists investigating infectious diseases.

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BIOMMED

Division of (BIOMMED) at the LSUSVM is a multidisciplinary research, support and development unit that oversees core laboratories associated with the CEIDR (Genelab , Protein Lab, MIPC) and the INBRE.

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Ion Proton

The Ion Proton System removes the high cost and complexity of todays genome-scale sequencing, bringing it to your lab, on your budget, and on your schedule.

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RNA-Seq Analysis on Ion Torrent

Ion Torrent PGM RNA-seq analysis results for Borrelia Burgdorferi, including the sample relation heatmap with hierarchical clustering. Partek GS, Pathway, and Flow, along with IonTorrent software, are used

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130 TB NAS

Offers ultra-high performance, scalable and full-featured network attached storage solution for our core labs in an efficient way of centralize data protection, simplify data management

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Vision of CEIDR

The vision of the Center for Experimental Infectious Disease Research (CEIDR) at the Louisiana State University (LSU), Baton Rouge is to:

  1. Conduct collaborative and interdisciplinary research in infectious diseases and host response to infections.
  2. To train predoctoral students and postdoctoral fellows including veterinary students, and clinical fellows
  3. To foster university-wide interest in infectious diseases through seminars and colloquia at the interface of basic and clinical research
  4. To coordinate available infrastructure and core facilities in support of infectious disease research.

CEIDR aims to become a nationally competitive Center of Excellence in infectious diseases and a significant contributor to LSU, local and state-wide economic development efforts. CEIDR is administered by the LSU School of Veterinary Medicine Division of Biotechnology & Molecular Medicine .


Support of the NIH and NIGMS P20GM103458-10 and 8P20GM103424 is gratefully acknowledged.
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