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Biomedical Informatics Shared Resource

Summary:

The Biomedical Informatics Shared Resource (BISR) supports advanced biological and biomedical research conducted by OSU researchers by facilitating high-throughput, novel experiments that link multidimensional phenotypic and biomolecular data sets.

BISR utilizes and coordinates data-intensive computational methods for all high throughput data analysis, as well as pathway and network analysis. BISR also assists researchers with accessing publicly available data to generate new hypotheses and draw new conclusions via integrative analysis of both public and private data sources. BISR fosters collaborations with OSU researchers; customizes analysis workflows to meet the unique needs of their projects, interprets and presents results, works on manuscript preparation and design and planning of grant applications.

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Research Opportunities

  • Biomedical Informatics Shared Resources (BISR) Collaborations ( Research Opportunity )

    The Biomedical Informatics Shared Resource (BISR) supports advanced biological and biomedical research conducted by Ohio State researchers by facilitating high-throughput, novel experiments that link multidimensional phenotypic and biomolecular data sets.

    It is critical to involve bioinformaticians at the very beginning of research projects. Collaborations with Biomedical Informatics Shared Resource (BISR) include assisting researchers with accessing publicly available data to generate new hypotheses and draw new conclusions via integrative analysis of both public and private data sources, customizing analysis workflows to meet the unique needs of research projects, interpreting and presenting results.

    Additionally, BISR collaboration focuses on manuscript preparation, as well as design and planning of grant applications.

Resource Collection

  • The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center Collection ( Resource Collection )

    The OSUCCC – James Shared Resources and core facilities provide specialized services to cancer researchers. They offer cost-effective, state-of-the-art technology and instrumentation; expert guidance and training; and clinical, administrative and technical support.

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Last updated: 2020-12-09T09:19:59.291-05:00

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