Bioinformatics analysis at UCSF

A data transformation technique that involves the analysis of bioinformatics data, which is the application of statistics and computer science to the field of molecular biology.
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Drug Studies Unit (South San Francisco)

Bioanalytical Core (BAC)

Biopharmaceutical Sciences, Drug Studies Unit (South San Francisco)
Contact: Yong Huang

  • Small endogenous compound and biomarker analysis
Mission Bay

Cancer Center Computational Biology Core

Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center, Mission Bay
Contact: Adam Olshen 415-514-9406

  • Microarray analysis - CGH and oligo arrays, applications in biomarker discovery, medical genetics, cell lines, mouse and human biology, patient stratification
  • Pathway analysis
Mission Bay

CFAR Population and Clinical Sciences Core

Center for AIDS Research, Mission Bay
Contact: Jeffrey Martin 415-514-8010

  • Analytic/statistical support
Mission Bay

CTSI Consultation Services

Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI), Mission Bay
Contact: Molly Belinski 415-514-6206

  • Biostatistics and bioinformatics consultation
Mission Bay

Gladstone Bioinformatics Core

Gladstone Institutes, Mission Bay
Contact: General Inquiries

  • Analysis of Complex Data Sets
  • ChIP-seq & mRNA-seq
  • Genotype/SNP Analysis
  • Network and pathway analysis
  • Novel statistical methods
  • Statistical analysis with R
  • WES/Exome analysis
Mission Bay, Mt. Zion

Cancer Center Translational Informatics Core

Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center, Mission Bay, Mt. Zion
Contact: Adam Olshen 415-514-9406

  • Data management -- clinical and biomedical
  • Data mining -- clinical and biomedical
  • Provide biomedical and clinical research informatics domain expertise