Bioinformatics Core @ CRG
From Bioinformatics Core Wiki
The Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG) is a centre for basic research created in December 2000 and located in the Biomedical Research Park (PRBB) building. CRG's objective is to promote basic research in biomedicine and, particularly, in genomics, proteomics and systems biology.
In this context, the Bioinformatics Core Facility aims to provide researchers at CRG, PRBB, and other external institutions with services of consultation, data analysis and management, software development, and access to computing resources. As further important commitment, the core will periodically organize courses and workshops in order to train biologists on the implementation of the main bioinformatics tools in their research.
The team, currently coordinated by Ernesto Lowy, currently comprises four members and is open to all researchers at the PRBB and also to external users anywhere in the world. For further information please see contact details.
The main goal of the unit is to set up a collaborative environment within CRG/PRBB and contribute to research projects providing support to internal and external scientists on several bioinformatics aspects.