Nevada Center for Bioinformatics
Providing Individualized Bioinformatics Support to Researchers
- High performance computing infrastructure
- Data analysis, visualization and interpretation, including omics data
- Development of ad-hoc, research-oriented, and general analysis software and computational pipelines
- Project design and proposal preparation assistance
The Nevada Center for Bioinformatics is a core facility providing bioinformatics research resources, services and training to Nevada scientists in the support of existing research programs and in the development of new programs and grant applications.
Explore our services for information on our capabilities, and contact us if you have questions. Please get in touch with us at least three weeks before major deadlines. We're located in the Center for Bioinformatics—a detached building south of South Medical Way and east of Mackay Stadium.
The University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine hosts the Nevada INBRE which is funded by a grant from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences (8 P20 GM103440) from the National Institutes of Health.