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, such as those from next-generation sequencing. 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 CCBB opened in 2014 with generous support from the Dean’s Office, the Clinical and Translational Research Institute and several key faculty members at UC San Diego. The CCBB Bioinformatics Steering Committee is led by Trey Ideker, Ph.D.. Our scientists and engineers collaborate with research groups at UC San Diego and neighboring institutions to analyze and interpret molecular data, develop new algorithms and create open-source computational tools.
The UC San Diego (UCSD) Center for Computational Biology & Bioinformatics (CCBB) enables world-class research at UCSD through expert data analysis and interpretation. 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.
- Connect bioinformaticians on campus and promote exchange of expertise.