NIGMS Launches New Bioinformatics Program; CBCB to Complement NCBI, Oversee BISTIC | GenomeWeb

The National Institute of General Medical Sciences at NIH intends its recently announced Center for Bioinformatics and Computational Biology (CBCB) to provide a single focus for its activities at the interface of biology and computing, said NIGMS director Marvin Cassman.

“This is a major opportunity to contribute to a rapidly evolving area of science,” Cassman told BioInform.

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