By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Baylor College of Medicine has launched a new center to provide computational and analytical tools for biomedical research faculty and students analyzing high-throughput data sets, such as human genome data.

The new Center for Computational and Integrative Biomedical Research (CIBR) will bring together and foster collaborations between experts at BCM and the Texas Medical Center working in a range of areas including biology, medicine, and computer science.

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