The Judith Sulzberger, M.D. Columbia Genome Center
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DIVISIONS
Gene Mapping
Physical & in silico mapping
DNA chemistry & sequencing
Genomic Informatics
Functional Genomics
RESOURCES
Systems Management
Services
Amdec Bioinformatics Core Facility
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About the CGC: From its conception in 1995, the Columbia Genome Center (CGC) was envisioned as a bridge between the biomedical and science/engineering communities of the two main Columbia University campuses...(read more)


NEWS:  Center of Excellence in Genomic Science: Columbia University has been designated a Center of Excellence in Genomic Science and will receive a three year, $11 million grant from the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) of the National Institutes of Health (read more)


Research at the CGC: CGC Research is focused in five areas: human disease mapping, bioinformatics approaches to enhancing disease gene discovery, improvement in the chemistry and engineering of genomic technologies, whole genome sequencing and characterization, and post-genomic technologies... (read more)