City of Hope’s Bioinformatics Core (BIC) Facility provides researchers with high-throughput biological data analysis tools, data management, unified cyber-infrastructure, training, as well as trained staff working with multidisciplinary team to facilitate experimental design, information management, data integration, annotation, dissemination and visualization. Our goal is to foster collaborations and provide high-performance parallel computational support for principle investigators and develop modern computational techniques and methodologies for their basic and translational research. The facilities and their services are available to both City of Hope and non-City of Hope researchers to include in their grant proposals for adequate chargeback. The BIC Facility has actively developing growing support for four areas of data analysis: Image Analysis, Genomic Analysis, Computer-Assisted Molecular Design, and Molecular Imaging. We also provide LIMS support for user data and software support for all BIC subscribers.
Please contact Yate-Ching Yuan for any questions, help requests, feedback, or ad hoc support.