Tag Archive: Computational Medicine

Computational Biology Consulting Core

The Computational Biology Consulting Core (CBCC) was created to offer state-of-the-art computational biology services to biomedical researchers at the Johns Hopkins University.   The Core is under the direction of Steven Salzberg and managed by Liliana Florea. It builds on the expertise of faculty in the Center for Computational Biology, using best practices and the latest validated technologies to design solutions targeted to researchers’ needs. Analytical Services We offer comprehensive analyses of sequencing data for a variety of genomics and other sequencing-based experiments, some of which are listed below. We can handle most types of sequencing data, including Illumina, PacBio, 454, and Sanger reads, … Continue reading

Computational Medicine Program

The Computational Medicine Program was created to support innovative biomedical research programs at Johns Hopkins University.   It offers services and consulting for investigators interested in mathematical modeling of complex biological systems in health and disease. Models may be used to achieve quantitative understanding of and to generate hypotheses about disease mechanisms and treatments that can then be tested in the laboratory and/or clinic. Our goal is to serve as a scientific resource for investigators where bioengineers, computer scientists, and physicists will help physicians and basic scientists develop computational models. We can provide consulting on: selecting the class of models … Continue reading

Computational Genomics Consulting and Education

The multidisciplinary Johns Hopkins Center for Computational Genomics was established by the Provost office in 2008 and integrates the work of basic scientists (biologists and clinicians), statisticians, and computer scientists. Initiatives include: Annual Practical Genomics: From Biology to Biostatistics Workshop Annual Young Investigators Symposium on Genomics and Bioinformatics University Courses Data analysis and sequencing through the Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center Experimental and Computation Genomics Core For more information, visit: http://www.genomics.jhu.edu