Genomics, Bioinformatics, and Systems Biology

The need to gather, store, retrieve, and analyze genomic datasets requires a computational capacity that was previously unimagined by both users and designers of computers. And today, due to advances in computer engineering over the past two decades, opportunities to solve, and the demand for answers to, genomic problems are many, which in turn has led to the development of unique computer systems and new computational methods designed specifically to meet these needs.

Associated Faculty: Thomas L. CasavantTerry A. Braun, David M. Kristensen, Todd E. Scheetz, and Michael Schnieders