Computational Life Sciences and Informatics

Computational Biology is one of the most important and exciting areas in all of science and technology, as it is positioned at the intersection of modern biology, quantitative modeling and high-performance computing. It focuses on the development and application of computational tools and techniques to solve complex problems in biosciences. Computational Biology helps provide a fundamental understanding of complex biological systems and offers the potential to significantly impact a wide variety of technologies, including drug discovery and novel therapies for human, animal and plant diseases.

The main focus of Computational Biology at the Bindley Bioscience Center is on experimental design and data analysis related to proteomics and metabolomics data applied to human health, animal health, and agricultural solutions. 

Contact

Tiago Sobreira
Informatics Facility Director
Phone: (765) 496-3530
Email: sobreira@purdue.edu

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