Shared Facilities
Animal Behavior Facility

Offering Behavioral Phenotyping of Rodent Models to Researchers

The Animal Behavior Facility offers behavioral phenotyping of rodent models for researchers at Cincinnati Children’s, the University of Cincinnati, and other universities and organizations.

Using a wide range of behavioral assays, we help researchers characterize the nervous system function and dysfunction in mouse and rat models of all types.

We collaborate with researchers interested in determining the functional phenotype of their experimental mouse and rat models. Our goal is to provide a convenient resource for in-depth characterization and analysis of their model systems, making them more effective research tools for future studies and grant applications. 

Acknowledgment Statement 

This [publication, project, or research] was made possible, in part, using the Cincinnati Children’s Animal Behavior Facility [RRID: SCR_022621]. (Optional): We specifically acknowledge the assistance of [name(s) of staff member(s)].