We recently were trusted to move a lab for Dr. Craig Cameron for Penn State to UNC in Chapel Hill. For this lab relocation we were tasked to pack, transport, unpack and also relocate their -80 and -20 freezers plugged in to make sure their research remained intact. We enjoyed working with Dr. Cameron’s staff and we were honored to be a part of this transition. A lab move can be full of stress and we strive to alleviate that stress by handling your lab relocation with the best plan in place.
Here is a glimpse of what Dr. Cameron studies take from his website which will be linked at the bottom:
” Since its inception, the primary goal of this laboratory has been development of strategies to treat or to prevent infections by RNA viruses. We have used poliovirus and hepatitis C virus (HCV) as our primary model systems. Our expertise in virology, biochemistry and mechanistic enzymology brings a unique combination of intellectual and technical resources to the study of RNA viruses.
Our initial focus was the viral RNA-dependent RNA polymerase (RdRp). In particular, we were interested in the kinetic, thermodynamic and structural basis for fidelity of nucleotide incorporation, a topic of considerable importance not only for accurate maintenance, transmission and expression of genetically encoded information but also for targeting the RdRp for antiviral therapy. These studies have led to exciting discoveries that have moved the lab into many new areas, including enzyme dynamics, vesicular trafficking, innate immunity, vaccine development and mitochondrial molecular biology.”
Learn more here : http://www.cameronlab.com/