Foods for Health collaborates with other institutes, centers and programs at Ohio State to execute research and support our faculty and affiliates. The University has extensive resources and services available for project support, analytical needs, research design and much more.
The mission of the CCIC is to provide state-of-the-art research facilities for the entire campus in three areas: Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, Mass Spectrometry and Proteomics. Since the NMR, MS and Proteomics Facilities are central hubs for the Ohio NMR and Ohio MS Consortiums, respectively, all researchers in the colleges and universities of the State of Ohio have access to all facilities of the CCIC with the same user fees.
The CAPS mission is to build synergy that illuminates basic biological concepts and ultimately translate these developments into applications that offer practical solutions to important problems. CAPS provides affiliated members with support and tools for novel discoveries, commercialization and economic development opportunities.
The Ohio State University Center for Clinical and Translational Science (CCTS) is a collaboration among The Ohio State University, The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center and Nationwide Children's Hospital dedicated to turning the scientific discoveries of today into life-changing disease prevention strategies and the health diagnostics and treatments of tomorrow.
The mission of COMS is to empower microbiome science for the design and prediction of microbial communities in animal, plant, human, environmental and engineered systems.
CFAES KX connects researchers, Extension professionals, decision-makers, and communicators to share, explore, and engage with the world-class research from the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences at The Ohio State University.
The mission of the Flavor Research and Education Center is to bring together academia and industry leaders to discover innovative solutions that address the challenges of the food flavor industry.
Controlled environment agriculture (CEA) is a science and technology-driven system of sustainable production of plants and plant products. The Ohio State University has historically embraced strong greenhouse programs focusing on ornamental crops and more recently our programs have expanded to include food crops under protected and/or controlled environments, mirroring the industry status.
NPASR provides investigators with expert bioanalytical method development and quantitative analysis. This resource supports development of methods and techniques to quantitatively determine nutrients and phytochemicals in foods. It also identifies these compounds and their metabolites in biological samples from human clinical trials and animal model investigations.