From experimental design and data management support to DNA sequencing and bioinformatic analyses, a number of campus centers can support your bioinformatic research efforts.
Bio Computing Facility
Cutting-edge computing technologies that draw upon the interdisciplinary strengths and resources available at the UA campus. Staff members are well versed in numerical and statistical methods, database design and implementation, software development (including web and mobile applications), image analysis (acquisition and processing), and training. The BCF team can evaluate the computational needs for projects and recommend appropriate technologies and methods accordingly.
Bioinformatics Shared Resource
Analysis of high throughput sequencing and molecular data, as well as integration of large data with clinical and/or biological information. The Bioinformatics Shared Resource is part of the Arizona Cancer Center, focusing on bioinformatic developments to improve our understanding of cancer.
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