Bioinformatics Core resources

SOM Home > Research > Core Facilities > Core resource descriptions > Bioinformatics Core resources

Bioinformatics Core resources

The University of Virginia School of Medicine Bioinformatics Core is a centralized resource for providing expert and timely bioinformatics consulting and data analysis solutions. The core is staffed by bioinformaticians with the necessary expertise to identify opportunities and implement solutions for managing, visualizing, analyzing, and interpreting large-scale genomic studies using both array and next generation sequencing platforms. The core is also equipped with the necessary computational infrastructure for analyzing high-throughput genomic data, including access to 92 multi-core high-memory computing nodes (>1,500 cores and 3,000 GB RAM total), and licenses to commercial bioinformatics resources (including Ingenuity Pathway Analysis™ and Oncomine™ Premium) that will aid in data analysis and interpretation.