The Small Molecule Screening Center enables the discovery of cutting-edge biology on Princeton's campus through the screening and innovation of small molecule compounds. Located in Frick Laboratory, the screening center collaborates with research groups in all areas of the biological sciences.
The Center’s unique compound collection and its screening capabilities make major contributions to various research activities, accelerating the identification of exceptional chemical probes in pioneering biological studies and potential therapeutic candidates of high impact.
The establishment of the screening center was made possible by the generous support from the Office of the Provost and founding contributions from the Departments of Chemistry, Molecular Biology and the Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics.
For more information about the research at the screening center and potential collaborations, contact Dr. Hahn Kim, Director of the Small Molecule Screening Center.