Baylor Opens New Biomedical Research Center to Provide Data Analysis Resource in Houston | GenomeWeb

Baylor College of Medicine is opening a new data analysis center that will provide a centralized resource for students and faculty to analyze high-throughput data sets as part of their biomedical research and personalized medicine efforts.

The new facility, named the Computational and Integrative Biomedical Research Center, will be directed by Olivier Lichtarge, a professor of molecular and human genetics at BCM.

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