We provide support to large sequence analysis and functional genomics projects. We work with researchers in running analysis and providing training as well as getting involved in grant applications and publication writing. Please contact us for any query

We are currently working in the following research lines:

  • genome-wide association studies (GWAS)
  • de novo assembly
  • resequencing
  • transcriptomics
  • annotation
  • differential gene expression
  • biomedical computation tools

Recent News

Date for diary: Tues 8 Aug 2017: NextGenBug at St. Andrews

The next meeting of the Next Generation Bioinformatics User Group will be held at St. Andrews, and the key speaker will be Jukka Corander. IT is a half-day event, starting with lunch and will be held in the Physics Building. Registration is free and all with an interest in the burgeoning field of bioinformatics are invited to attend. Registration can be made here: .

  1. Scheduled Bioinformatics Training April 2017
  2. Spring Bioinformatics Workshop 22 March 2017 afternoon