SHARED RESOURCE MANAGEMENT The Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center has a strong history of providing high quality and cost-effective shared resources that offer innovative services and technologies to the membership. The oversight of the SRs involves the Director, Deputy Director, and Associate Directors of the Center. Program leaders also provide valuable input and guidance on the services offered. Center members provide feedback through surveys and serve on SR active internal advisory boards for each SR. Over the last five years, this management process has provided substantial new infrastructure for the faculty including: 1) an expanded and more robust tissue- based research pipeline for correlative work, 2) new technologies such as single cell analysis, mass spec cytometer instrumentation, and a CyroEM, 3) expanded faculty SR leadership expertise in pathology and biostatistics. The financial and administrative oversight is provided by the Associate Director of Administration and his staff of 4 FTEs devoted to this endeavor. The SRs are well managed and are well used as demonstrated by these statistics: ? 97% of 2018 user-survey respondents stated the SR overall experience was excellent or good. ? 81% of LCCC Members used a Shared Resource in FY19 ? 82% of FY19 total LCCC managed-Shared Resource users were Center faculty Importantly, the SRs are cost-effective and provide exceptional value to the members. The Center requests 8% of the operating budget for the SRs from the CCSG. This is greatly leveraged through a sustained annual institutional commitment of over $10M in operational support, 37% of the total SR operating budget. The remaining SR operating budget, approximately $14.3M, is recovered by recharge mechanisms. As a result of the CCSG and institutional commitment, members receive discounts on fees, priority access and free consultative services.

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