KBRIN-Sponsored Bioinformatics Core
The KBRIN Building, 522 E. Gray Street
Projects, Training & Services
Bioinformatic Research Projects Applications
View some of the ongoing bioinformatics research projects at the University of Louisville available as either downloads or web interface.
Staff, Facilities & Location
View profiles of our staff
Continuing bioinformatics education for faculty, staff, and students through seminars, workshops and ongoing opportunities.
- Bioinformatics Journal Club at the University of Louisville
- Systems Biology and Omics Integration Journal Club and Seminar Series at the University of Kentucky
- Small Genome Project at Western Kentucky University
- KBRIN Next Generation Sequencing and Data Analysis Workshop at the University of Kentucky
- Masters Program in Bioinformatics at Eastern Kentucky University
- PhD Program in Bioinformatics The University of Louisville has an interdisciplinary PhD program with an emphasis in Bioinformatics involving several colleges/schools and departments. For more information contact Dr. Eric Rouchka.
- Provide preliminary data analysis for sequence space next-generation sequencing projects including RNASeq, de-novo sequencing, targeted amplicon sequencing, metagenomics, and small ncRNA sequencing (such as snoRNAs, lincRNAs, and miRNAs).
- Assist the Genomics Core Facility in providing secondary microarray analysis including enrichment analysis (Gene Ontology, pathways, transcription factors, various gene sets) for differentially expressed genes, considering custom Chip Description Format (CDF) files for Affymetrix® analyses, and providing layered annotation and visualization.
- Build bioinformatics infrastructure through computing facilities (including the 20 node KBRIN Computer Cluster, bioinformatics development server, and video conferencing facilities), platforms for integrating biomedical research (Galaxy and RedCap), and support of software for genomic analysis (Transfac and VectorNTI).
- Provide bioinformatics support to the state-wide network
- Provide opportunities for collaborative research