Division of Scientific Resources (DSR)
The Division of Scientific Resources uses cutting edge technology to produce high quality products and services to support the public health efforts of CDC laboratorians and CDC’s emergency preparedness and response activities.
CDC Drug Service
- Maintains a formulary of investigational and licensed drugs and biologics that are distributed to approved physicians for the prevention, control, and/or treatment of rare, tropical, or exceptional diseases.
Quality Assurance Program (QAP)
- Serves as DSR liaison, resource, and point of contact for inquiries related to Quality System Regulations (QSR) and current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP).
Laboratory Animal Medicine Residency Program (LAMRP)
- Provides residents with comprehensive training in laboratory animal clinical medicine and pathology and biocontainment operations and prepares them for certification eligibility by the American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine (ACLAM).
DSR Organization and Programs
Provides synthetics, technical expertise, and bioinformatics support to CDC laboratorians.
Develops and implements applied research programs to expand and enhance the use of animal models neces…