As part of the translational research mission of the University of Kentucky, studies are conducted to discover new knowledge and translate those findings more rapidly to human disease applications. Rodent animal models facilitate these studies in a number of ways, including serving as models of human disease and allowing study of the impact of potential interventions on both physiology and adverse pharmacology outcomes. The analysis of mouse behavior is a critical component of these studies. The goals of the RBC are to serve as a central resource to conduct reliable and validated mouse behavior tests for investigators, to ensure that qualified and trained investigators have access to state-of-the-art behavioral testing instrumentation, and to provide assistance in the design, implementation and analysis of behavioral experiments in mice.
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