The Bioskills Laboratory at Barrow Neurological Institute in Phoenix, Arizona is a world class, full service research and education center performing R&D, education, and training for corporate, academic, and professional medical-surgical entities using cadaver and live procedures.
- Perform testing and development with companies or other institutions producing and developing new medical technology with support of cadaver tissue and animal surgery
- Direct conferences, smaller courses and teaching sessions, corporate sponsored functions, or Barrow neurosurgery department events held at national and international meetings
- Focus and coordinate efforts in neurosurgery research at Barrow Neurological Institute and St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center
- Plan, supervise, coordinate, and expedite the research efforts of neurosurgery residents, fellows, and visiting scholars while on research rotations
- Conduct research projects with other departments including neurobiology, neuro-oncology, neurology, neurochemistry, neuroradiology, trauma, cardiology, cardiac surgery and pediatrics
- Support and collaborate with academic institutions, bioengineering, support for industry (small and large companies)
- Full cadaver tissue capabilities
- Complete tissue preservation, cerebrovascular infusion, and anatomical dissection laboratory
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Need to stay connected? No problem. We have a 35-person conference room with full videoconferencing capability, a 250-person auditorium with 3D projector, and an additional 150-person lecture/banquet hall.
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We offer preclinical research and development facilities for a wide range of medical devices and surgical techniques.
Location and Contact Information
Barrow Neurological Institute
350 West Thomas Road
Phoenix, Arizona 85013
Phone: (602) 406-3268
Fax: (602) 406-4153
“Our facility is unique, our projects we carry out are unique, our experience is unique, so industry and institutions come from all over the world here—there are no other facilities in Arizona (and very few in rest of the country) that do what we do for neurosciences.”
—Dr. Mark Preul, Director