Genomic Analysis and Bioinformatics

Genomic Analysis and Bioinformatics

This core facility has been designed to help alleviate the data analysis bottleneck associated with performing the highly complex and data-intensive projects necessary in current life science research.Knowledge Base 

We function as an informatics and analytic support hub for scientists utilizing any high-throughput genomic technologies to produce studies that will result in publications or grant funding. We provide the expertise, perform analysis, offer training, and make infrastructure available on a cost-recovery basis to perform computations and analyses of data generated from Duke University’s other core technology facilities. This includes, but not limited to, next generation sequencing, array and proteomic based technologies. This facility also functions as a liaison between the different analytic cores and research groups available at the university. We are designed to adapt and evolve as new technologies emerge in an effort to meet the ever-changing needs of Duke University and Duke Medical School researchers.


September 28, 2016
The School of Medicine departments, institutes and centers oversee a
April 18, 2016

Join GCB's shared resources at the Duke University School of Medicine's first annual Core Day.

March 30, 2016

Applications are due April 15th for the spring cycle of the SOM core facility voucher program.