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BioComputing Hub

The goal of the biocomputing Hub is to drive and promote the analyzes of biological data (Imaging, NGS, tests, etc.)

Missions

The bioinformatics center goal is to lead and promote bioinformatics in the LBMC. The center actions are organized around three axes:

  • Developement of standards for the laboratory (guide of good practices)
  • Providing tools and standardized scripts
  • Training in the use of these tools
  • Increasing the number projects between biologists and bioinformaticians


These three axes are articulated as follows:

organigram of the interactions between biologists and bioinformaticians


Biologists and bioinformaticians have access to standard tools. Biologists are trained to use these tools to perform traditional analyzes on their data. Bioinformaticians fill the library of standard tools and can easily automate their traditional analyzes by taking advantage of already shared scripts. Secondly, biologists can propose bioinformatics projects that go beyond classical analyzes and that can easily be used by bioinformaticians. As for bioinformaticians, they can quickly intervene in the bioinformatics projects of biologists thanks to the standardization.

 

Members

The actions of the cluster are decided by the biocomputing committee composed of 11 members:

  • Carine Rey
  • David Cluet
  • Didier Auboeuf
  • Emiliano Ricci
  • Gael Yvert
  • Gerard Benoit
  • Helene Polveche
  • Laurent Modolo
  • Marie Semon
  • Pascal Bernard
  • Stephane Janczarski


A sub-committee, made up of the team leaders in the biocomputing committee, is responsible for evaluating and awarding bioinformatics support and collaboration projects carried out by members of the laboratory. These projects are then supported by one of the three permanent members of the biocomputing division.

  • David CLUET, IR CNRS
  • Laurent MODOLO, IR CNRS
  • Stéphane JANCZARSKI, IE CNRS

 

Biocomputing center Publications