Welcome to the Idaho INBRE Bioinformatics Core homepage!
Our mission is to make it easier for educators at partner institutions to introduce their students to bioinformatics and bioinformatics careers, and to make it easier for researchers at partner institutions to generate, store, and analyze data for their research programs.
For further information:
- To learn a particular topic in bioinformatics, or in the related biology, computer science, or statistics: see The Idaho INBRE Bioinformatics Resource (IIBER). IIBER is an online repository of vetted and community-curated online resources for learning or teaching bioinformatics
- To get help from an Idaho INBRE specialist to understand a bioinformatics or statistics topic: contact your regional Bioinformatics Coordinator
- To contact a bioinformatics person at an Idaho INBRE network institution, for help about INBRE or a pointer in the right direction: see this list of bioinformatics contacts in Idaho INBRE
- To find prepared modules to incorporate into your classes: see IIBER
- To tell the world about a resource you have found to learn or teach bioinformatics: Please add a link and a description to IIBER
- What is Bioinformatics, anyway?
- To design a data-intensive experiment in such a way that the downstream analysis answers your research question (up-front bioinformatics planning): see your local Bioinformatics Coordinator, or look for specific services in genomics, proteomics, molecular biology, etc. in the list of core facilities, below.
- What graduate and undergraduate degree programs are available in Idaho?
Bioinformatics Core Director: Ken Cornell, Ph.D.
Boise State University
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Science Building Room 320
1910 W University Dr
Boise, ID 83725