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

Upcoming course 24.10.2017: Introduction to Unix

Our next training will be a full day Introduction to Unix, taking place at the Butts Wynd Computer Classroom on Tues 24th October 2017.

Update 29.09.2017: this course is now full, but we are taking expressions of interest in another scheduling of the course for early 2018.

If you are a University of St. Andrews postgrad, postdoc or staff member attendance on the course is free and a lunch is included.

Registration for the course can be made at the following link:

  1. Date for diary: Tues 8 Aug 2017: NextGenBug at St. Andrews
  2. Scheduled Bioinformatics Training April 2017