Goals and objectives of the center:
The Bioinformatics Research Center (BRC) focuses on genomics and computing technologies as applied to microbiology, biological and human diversity, and health. We have domestic and international partners for joint research and training in academia, medicine, industry, and government. Our projects focus on infectious diseases including difficult problems such as malaria, the global spread of antibiotic resistance, food safety, emergent pathogens, and failing ecosystem health. We apply computing and empirical technologies synergistically.
The BRC is a university-wide center with constituents from the College of Computing and Informatics, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, College of Engineering, College of Health and Human Services, and the College of Education. Our goals are to coalesce expertise in computer science, bioinformatics, software and information systems, biological sciences, math, geography, public health, data science, education, and communications. We are always open to new collaborations within and extramural to the University.
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