Facilities

Wet Lab Research: 204A South Henderson

Henderson South BuildingThe main wet lab facility is 204 S Henderson, which is equipped for sample processing and storage, including saliva, serum, plasma, and urine. In addition, this area will be used for data management as samples arrive in our lab from all over the country. In concert with BNIL, this space will be used to conduct enzyme immuno-assays, including cotinine, stress hormones, such as cortisol and DHEA-S, and cytokines.

Wet Lab Research: 41 South Henderson

This wet lab facility is equipped for graduate students and undergraduate research assistants to construct and mail out saliva collection kits to participants across the country.

Behavioral Neuroimmunomodulation Lab (BNIL)

Also located in 204 South Henderson, this is a shared wet lab space run by Dr. Klein. Several BBH faculty members and their laboratories are using this space to run their enzyme immuno-assays and quantitative real time polymerase chain reactions (RT-PCR).

Research Office Space and Human Research: 100 East Health and Human Development Building

Health and Human Development East buildingHuman studies are conducted in this 3- room suite located on Penn State's University Park campus. Two of the rooms (100A and 100B) are reserved for research office space for graduate students. The other room (100C) is equipped to carry out biobehavioral stress studies on human participants.