Health & Disease Biomarkers
The relationship between biological systems under investigation and the chemical and informatics tools needed to advance
innovative research in the area of chemical and structural biology will be developed and implemented by establishing
of high throughput technology cores. These cores thrive on the capacity of originality and responsiveness of the Bindley
Chemical Diversity Libraries
- Create centralized resources by integrating chemical library synthesis efforts.
- Create chemical diversity by promoting new multi-investigator approaches.
- Probe biological function by establishing new sets of tools.
- Create new molecular assays and biological systems relevant to disease models or for
- Design new nanoscale tools for measurement of chemical interactions in biological systems.
- Converge hardware and software technologies for high-content cellular imaging and analysis.
Discovery Informatics Create tools for chemical biology data mining
- Discover tools for data integration and visualization.
- Develop tools for diversity evaluation and library design.
- High Throughput Protein Production and Crystallization Extend and leverage current capacity in structural biology.
- Use chemical libraries to interrogate bio-molecular structure and dynamics.
Interdisciplinary life sciences and engineering researchers collaborate to explore new technologies and scientific knowledge that impact the broad boundaries of plant, animal, and human diseases.
- Center for Analytical Instrumentation Development (CAID)
- Center for Global Research and Intervention in Infectious Diseases (C-GRIID)
- Clinical Proteomic Technologies for Cancer (CPTC)
- Indiana Clinical and Translational Science Institute (Indiana CTSI)
- Center for Direct Catalytic Conversion of Biomass to Biofuels (C3Bio)
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Bindley Bioscience Center
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