University Designated Centers and Institutes

Bioinformatics and Computational Life Sciences Laboratory

Director:  Jun (Luke) Huan, Ph.D.


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The Bioinformatics and Computational Life-Sciences Laboratory (BCLSL) advances methods and tools geared to biological, biochemical, and medical applications. BCLSL investigators work with collaborators in the life sciences to identify research, develop, and apply key computational approaches. These efforts directly involve the biological and medical domains in areas of modeling, analysis, and data management. In addition, concomitant research in traditional computational methods such as algorithm optimization, data- and compute-intensive methodologies, and statistical methods are pursued to meet the specialized needs of these problem domains. This interdisciplinary work in applied and basic research involves investigators from computer science, electrical engineering, mathematics, and life-science and medical disciplines.

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