Aerial view of the CHLA Anderson Pavilion Building.

Spatial Biology and Genomics Core

About the Spatial Biology and Genomics Core

The goal of the Spatial Biology and Genomics Core Lab (formerly known as the Single Cell, Sequencing, and CyTOF (SC2) Core) is to provide our research community with new, rapidly evolving technologies and instrumentation options for projects of any scale – individual researchers to large international teams. With a focus on rapid, accurate, reproducible high-throughput services and the bioinformatics support to interpret the results, the Spatial Biology and Genomics Core is committed to rigorous quality control standards to support the use of biological sciences for the advancement of biomedical research. We foster a collaborative environment across disciplines so that investigators can innovate and transform their research.

Please contact us to discuss your research project.

Please review the general Core Use Policy.

Contact the Spatial Biology and Genomics Core Laboratory

Long Hung
Phone: (323) 361-8502

4546 Sunset Boulevard
Smith Tower #914
Los Angeles, CA 90027
United States

Research Personnel

Michael Hadjidaniel, PhD
Research Specialist
Phone: (323) 361-8502

Regine Minya
Research Specialist
Phone: (323) 361-5671


Xiangming Ding, PhD
Bioinformatics Specialist
Phone: (323) 361-8502


This facility utilizes CoreConnect, a web-based core management system that supports the centralization of services and equipment scheduling, billing and usage tracking. Use of the new system is required for all core users, core leaders and core staff.

Learn more about CoreConnect

This Core participates in the CHLA Core Pilot Program. To learn more click here.

CHLA welcomes external users to utilize our Core facilities. Please contact Long Hung at or 323-361-8502.