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Computational Genomics Resource Lab

The mission of the QB3 Computational Genomics Resource Laboratory (CGRL), located in Koshland Hall, is to serve as a focal point for scientists interested in comprehensive analysis of next-generation sequencing data. 

The lab ensures that campus researchers are equipped with the expertise and infrastructure required for their research programs.

By providing seminars and courses for the campus community, CGRL-affiliated researchers can learn the techniques to design and analyze genomics experiments that use next-generation sequencing technologies – specifically, the application of computational genomics to assembly, annotation and analysis of next-generation sequence.

The lab provides one-on-one and small group research facilitation to assist researchers who may be unfamiliar with the use of standard software for the analysis of routine high-throughput genomics experiments. 

238 Koshland Hall

Faculty Directors: John W. Taylor and Brian Staskawicz

Link to CGRL at QB3, the California Institute for Quantitative Biosciences: qb3.berkeley.edu