Highlights to the current issue include
Like fingerprints, everyone has a unique gut microbiome. The gut microbiome, the largest population of microbes in the body, affects a...
On Friday, April 26, GCB will host the inaugural International Research Training Group (IRTG) Symposium.
Comparison of eleven tests shows they don’t agree on aging
By Karl Leif Bates
Gene-swapping bacteria don't lose resistance after antibiotics endBy Ken Kingery
The National Cancer Institute Awarded the Cleveland Clinic a $2.6 million grant to create models of colorectal cancer that will enhance understanding of how the disease develops and spreads.
The Duke Center for Genomic and Computational Biology (GCB) invites applications for new interdisciplinary research projects in the areas of genomics, computational bi
Seminar on Computational BiologyCOMPSCI 590-02 and CBB 590-02Professor Bruce Donald
Bacteria with synthetic gene circuit self-assemble into working device
More than 150 genetic mutations play a role in diffuse large B cell lymphoma
The Center for Applied Genomics and Precision Medicine has teamed up with the Center for Genomic and Computational Biology (GCB) on the inaugural, year-long Bass Connections project team, Enabling
GCB is excited to announce the launch of our new newsletter, which will be released twice a year.
Highlights to the current issue include:
Dr. Susanne Haga of the Duke Center for Applied Genomics and Precision Medicine (CAGPM) and Dr.