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ULAM In-Vivo Animal Core Renamed ULAM Pathology Core

The Unit for Laboratory Animal Medicine (ULAM) In-Vivo Animal Core (IVAC) has been renamed the ULAM Pathology Core. This change better reflects the current work and focus of the core, whose mission is to provide diagnostic support for U-M’s veterinary and animal care programs as well as comprehensive research pathology services for research investigators across ...
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New ULAM Service Area Rate Changes Go Into Effect July 1, 2023

Upcoming Changes to ULAM Service Area Rates Will Go Into Effect on July 1, 2023. These revised rates have been reviewed and approved by the University’s Enterprise Financial Planning & Analysis Office. Rates will be re-evaluated on an annual basis coinciding with the end of the University’s fiscal year (June 30) and are subject to ...
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ULAM Technical Services Team Available to Support Your Research

The ULAM Technical Services Team recently completed a re-organization, re-structuring, and re-strategizing process in order to continue providing the same high-quality technical services the U-M research community has come to expect. A few areas where you can expect to see these changes: Visit the Technical Services webpage for more information, and to learn about the many ...
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