UC San Diego’s Center for Computational Biology & Bioinformatics (CCBB) is a collaborative center that provides investigators with bioinformatics expertise to analyze large molecular datasets.

We place special emphasis in the areas of genomics, transcriptomics, systems biology and translational medicine. Our services include data analysis, biological interpretation, grant writing and training. The center’s goals are to provide exceptional fee-for-service computational analysis and algorithm development, foster long-term collaborations with the UCSD research community, educate biomedical investigators on analysis tools and techniques, and connect bioinformaticians on campus and promote exchange of expertise.

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Our affiliation with UC San Diego’s School of Medicine gives us unique access to collaborations with investigators at one of the top-ranked public research universities in the nation. UC San Diego was also named 14th best research university in the world by the Centre for Science and Technology Studies of Leiden University’s 2014 list that measured scientific impact of universities worldwide.

Upcoming Events

  1. Sep 29

    Yeo Lab Coding Session

    Sep 29 to Sep 29

    10 am - 12 pm

    Sanford Consortium for Regenerative Medicine, room 2803

    Join the Yeo Lab for their weekly coding session, just bring your laptop and work on your tutorials, projects, papers, etc. Around 11 am every one gets an opportunity to tell the other participants their name and what project they are working on today.

     

  2. Oct 6

    Yeo Lab Coding Session

    Oct 6 to Oct 6

    10 am - 12 pm

    Sanford Consortium for Regenerative Medicine, room 2803

    Join the Yeo Lab for their weekly coding session, just bring your laptop and work on your tutorials, projects, papers, etc. Around 11 am every one gets an opportunity to tell the other participants their name and what project they are working on today.

  3. Oct 11

    SIO-BUG Intro to Transcriptomics Workshop

    Oct 11 to Oct 12

    Eckhart building at SIO (room TBD)

    Transcriptomics is of increasing use for gene discovery, gene activity investigation, SNP detection, simple sequence repeat discovery, and gene pathway description. This free event is intended to share knowledge and expand the skills of our community, particularly among researchers of non-model organisms and microbial communities. Please bring a laptop with a working terminal emulator

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