Bioinformatics and Data Centre (BDC)
The Bioinformatics and Data Centre provides new high-throughput techniques, e.g. next-generation sequencing (NGS) for clinical and pre-clinical research as part of Genomic Medicine Sweden (GMS) and SciLifeLab Clinical Genomics, together with bioinformatics and statistics expertise in analysis, data integration and visualization that facilitates meaningful and trustworthy cutting-edge biomedical research.
Current news and events
Networks and links
- Our GitHub page (External link)
- Gothenburg Bioinformatics Network (GOTBIN) (External link)
- BIOINFO-CORE (External link)
- Akademistatistik consulting (External link)
- National Bioinformatics Infrastructure Sweden (NBIS) (External link)
- Chalmers centre for computationa science and Engeneering (C3SE) (External link)
- Uppsala multidisciplinary center for advanced computational science (UPPMAX) (External link)
- Swedish national infrastructure for computing (SNIC) (External link)
- Clinical Genomics Platform at SciLifeLab (External link)
- Genomic Medicine Sweden (GMS) (External link)
Clinical Genomics (CG)
Clinical Genomics Gothenburg (CGG) is one of the seven nodes from the CG platform at SciLifeLab. CGG was established in January 2016 as a collaboration between the Sahlgrenska Academy at the University of Gothenburg and the Laboratory Medicine at the Sahlgrenska University Hospital. Its mission is to facilitate translational research and help bridge the gap from research to clinical routine.
Genomic Medicine Sweden (GMS)
We are one of the seven Genomic Medicine Centres (GMC) within GMS. GMC West is a collaboration between the University of Gothenburg, the Sahlgrenska University Hospital and SciLifeLab, where we act as the primary point of contact for sequencing patient samples within healthcare, creating an integrated platform for both healthcare delivery and advanced medical research. Moreover, we are establishing a joint national infrastructure that will also facilitate the analysis, interpretation and storage of genetic data.
Our reference group
- Christina Jern, Professor at the Institute of Biomedicine, University of Gothenburg
- Claes Olsson, Professor at the Institute of Medicine, University of Gothenburg
- Erik Larsson Lekholm, Professor at the Institute of Biomedicine, University of Gothenburg
- Marija Cvijovic, Professor at the Department of Mathematical Sciences | Chalmers University of Technology and University of Gothenburg
- Thomas Svensson, Head of Bioinformatics Systems Biology Support at Chalmers