Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

Skin Biology and Diseases Resource-Based Center

Skin Tissue Engineering and Morphology Core

Core B Skin Tissue Slide

The Skin Tissue Engineering and Morphology (STEM) Core, formerly known as the Skin Tissue Engineering Core and the Morphology and Phenotyping Core, is lead by Director Kathleen J. Green, PhD and co-directed by Associate Director Bethany E. Perez-White, PhD. The Skin Tissue Engineering Core facilitates fundamental research in skin biology by providing technological expertise and resources to support the culture of normal human and mouse epidermal keratinocytes, primary melanocyte and dermal fibroblast cultures, as well as co-cultured skin cell 3-D models. The Skin Tissue Engineering Core helps foster new collaborations among groups with the common goal of understanding the biology of skin cells.

Find service descriptions below. Ordering is done through NU Core and cost information is available via our core price sheet.

Core Leadership

Kathy Green Lab

Kathleen J. Green, PhD
Core Director
Joseph L. Mayberry, Sr., Professor of Pathology and Toxicology
Professor of Pathology and Dermatology

Bethany E. Perez-White, PhD

Bethany E. Perez-White, PhD
Associate Core Director
Assistant Professor of Dermatology

Contact Us

We welcome your interest in our core. Please contact us via the information below.

Bethany Perez White
Associate Core Director

Ljuba Lyass
Research Associate

Shuangni Yang
Senior Research Technologist