The Bioinformatics Core at the Northwestern University Comprehensive Transplant Center is committed to exceptional care, pioneering research and the training of the next generation of transplant clinicians and researchers. The mission of the Bioinformatics is to provide state-of-the-art bioinformatics training and analytic support services to investigators interested in basic, pre-clinical, clinical and epidemiological transplant studies.
- Class comparisons
- Pathway Analyses
- Gene Function enrichment analysis
- Class discovery and pattern recognition
- Class prediction
- Genome Wide Association Studies (GWAS)
We are always interested in collaborations, and will attempt to accommodate any proposed project, large or small.
Starting a Project
To discuss starting a project using the Bioinformatics Core of the Comprehensive Transplant Center, please contact:
Leigh Anne Mixon
Bioinformatics Core Brochure
To read additional information about this core download the brochure.
Download our presentation about Bioinformatics and computational biology applications at Northwestern University Comprehensive Transplant Center.