MOLGENIS/compute workshop took place at the NBIC Bio Assist meeting, in Utrect, Oct.12, 2012
MOLGENIS/compute demo was given at the 4th International Workshop on Science Gateways for Life Sciences, May 23-25 2012, Amsterdam, Netherlands
MOLGENIS/compute demo was given at the NBIC-2012 conference in Lunteren, Netherlands, Apr.23, 2012
MOLGENIS/compute was accepted as a full paper and presented at the International Conference on Bioinformatics Models, Methods and Algorithms, Algarve, Portugal, Feb.3 2012. (BIOINFORMATICS 2012 received 109 submissions, of which 14% were accepted as ...
Welcome to the Genomics Coordination Centre
- Analysis pipelines for NGS, GWA, GWL studies
- Research portals for multi-omics laboratory, biobanks, consortia
- Large data infrastructure in software and hardware
GCC is a growing team of 10 researchers, programmers and system managers headed by Dr. Morris Swertz (m.a.swertz@…) set up to develop, manage and exploit new bioinformatics models, software and tools to enable and support the next generation of GWA, GWL and NGS experiments. In the past two years GCC is organized as a bridge between the UMCG Department of Genetics providing bioinformatics support for the next generation sequencing facility (Prof. C. Wijmenga), the RuG Centre for Information Technology building towards ‘petabyte’ scale storage and compute infrastructure, and the Groningen Bioinformatics developing new bioinformatics method for high-throughput data (Prof. R.C. Jansen). Moreover, GCC is strongly rooted in national and international including the European Bioinformatics Institute, Netherlands Bioinformatics Center, Netherlands Proteomics Center, BigGrid, EU-GEN2PHEN, EU-CASIMIR, EU-PANACEA and BBMRI-NL. All GCC tools are collected in the open source MOLGENIS software project.
Our team members: TeamMembers
Study Capturing and Sharing Applications
See GccIntranet for a complete overview
Collaborations & Projects