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Research Fellow projects working within the CompBio Core are focused on analysis and interpretation of genome-scale data.
Projects that address biological problems of interest are generally carried out in collaboration with wet-bench researchers from MDIBL as well as visiting or INBRE-partner research groups. Core personnel also support computationally-focused projects that emphasize “best practices” in developing rigorous and reproducible tools, workflows, and databases. Summer projects are discrete, targeted towards analysis or tool development, and can be carried out over the course of 10 weeks. The CompBio Core is also open to academic year internships focused on longer-term projects.