BIOINFORMATICS CORE

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Bioinformatics Core Director 
David Dyer, Ph.D.
Professor
Microbial Pathogenesis and Microbial Genomics
University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
Biomedical Research Center, room 362
975 NE 10th Street
Oklahoma City, OK  73104
405.271.1201  x1 

David-dyer@ouhsc.edu 

 

The OK-INBRE Bioinformatics Core is located at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center in Oklahoma City. The Bioinformatics Core provides genomics and bioinformatics support to the OUHSC community and the OK-INBRE Participating Undergraduate Institutions (PUIs). Services provided by the Bioinformatics Core include DNA sequence data cleanup and analysis of a variety of DNA sequence-based experiments including microbial genome sequencing and annotation, RNA-seq and ChIP-seq analysis, 16S rRNA-based microbiomics, molecular modeling of protein structure and interactions of these proteins with small molecules; other experimental needs are supported as well. We strongly suggest that you contact us before you begin your experiments so that we can advise on your experimental design, as a well-organized experiment is the basis for obtaining a statistically robust outcome for many of these experiments. We also provide support for bioinformatics educational opportunities within the state, such as laboratory exercises in DNA Barcoding and 16S rRNA-based Microbial Ecology. We also provide custom lecture material on other topics such as structural bioinformatics and phylogenetic analysis, which may be of interest to faculty at the PUIs within the state. Please contact us directly if you have any bioinformatics research support or bioinformatics educational needs.