The Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center's Bioinformatics Shared Resource (BISR) provides comprehensive consultation and expertise regarding data acquisition, statistical quality control, data mining/visualization, and development of innovative, customized bioinformatics methodologies.
The BISR provides high-quality expertise in the areas of computational molecular biology, bioinformatics, and computing-intensive statistical genetics. The resource comprises faculty and support staff able to support data acquisition (including study design, feasibility of objectives, availability of public-access genomic information, data storage, and data annotation), statistical quality control (including artifact detection, preprocessing, and normalization of data from genomic technologies), data analysis (including visualization, modeling, inference and interpretation), and development of innovative customized bioinformatics tools, and education.
Michael Ochs, Ph.D., Program Director
Helen Cromwell, Program Manager