Stem Cell Research and Technology Resource Center​

Facility summary


  • Location: Porter B254​
  • Technology focus: Human stem cell (iPSC) culture and human cell cultures
  • Equipment summary: Specialized cell culture incubators, biosafety cabinets, sterile dissection microscope setup, iPSC-specific consumables, cryostorage, automated fluorescence cell counter, multielectrode array, electroporator, Olympus IX83 fluorescence microscope with slide-scanner and stage-top incubator​
  • Open to: Everyone

The CU Boulder Stem Cell Research and Technology Resource Center is a campus-wide shared facility with the mission of promoting interdisciplinary research utilizing stem cells. The Center provides users with a clean, dedicated space specifically for culturing human induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs), occupying approximately 1,250 square feet of newly-renovated space. The Center also provides hands-on training, offers consultation on all aspects of culturing human iPSCs, supports an undergraduate research fellowship program (SURE), and organizes a stem cell seminar series (SCORE) between the Boulder/Anschutz campuses.​

Mayela Gayosso

Mayela (Lucia) Gayosso, PhD​


Facility staff:

  • Melody Conde
  • Brooke Francone
  • Dennis Boateng