Computational Biology Core
Institute for Systems Genomics
67 North Eagleville Road Unit 3197
Storrs, CT 06269-3197
Phone: (860) 486-1324
CBC Director/Assistant Professor
Lead Bioinformatics Scientist
Systems Administrator (UCHC)
Connect to the CBC team through #bioinformatics_help
Join the Bioinformatics Facility Mailing List to learn about courses, seminars, and related discussion groups.
Coronavirus (COVID19) Update
As the University prepares to slowly bring research back to campus, the Computational Biology Core is working to establish safety guidelines and operational policies so that we can efficiently meet the needs of those who require our genomics services.
The CBC will continue to hold all consultations/appointments via Webex or Zoom. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to continue to request software installs, server accounts, consultations, or new projects. You may also join the Slack channel to obtain community support: uconn-cbc.slack.com
The Computational Biology Core (CBC) housed in the Institute for Systems Genomics at the University of Connecticut provides computational power and technical support to UConn researchers and affiliates. We collaborate with the Center for Genome Innovation (CGI) and Proteomics Core to provide full support to the research community.
News from the CBC
- ISG Computational Biology Core Virtual Workshops – September 2020The Computational Biology Core within the Institute for Systems Genomics is pleased to announce two virtual workshops in September! Workshop descriptions and registration links can be found here: https://bioinformatics.uconn.edu/cbc-workshops/ Topic: Virtual Variant Detection Workshop Date: September 14-17 (4 days) Time: 9am-12pm Location: Online Cost: $300 For anyone with keen interest and desire to develop variant detection analytic skills Day 1: […]Posted on July 29, 2020
- Server Upgrades in Progress: Limited Xanadu AccessThe draining of several nodes in preparation for the Xanadu HPC power upgrade and hardware expansion is moving faster than expected. As such, we are currently planning to complete the power upgrade on the morning of July 27th (rather than the previously announced August 4th). To further accommodate job submissions during this time, we have a temporary special queue […]Posted on July 22, 2020