Applied Bioinformatics (Lake Nona)

Overview of Services

 

The Applied Bioinformatics Core Facility at Lake Nona offers informatics support for SBMRI investigators to explore, understand and analyze complex biological data at the system level.  Our goal is to help PIs solve the data analysis bottleneck by delivering value-addded solutions and results. 

 

Our core is equipped with cutting-edge computational infrastructures and a selective collection of bioinformatics software. Bioinformatics experts are available to address your needs quickly and effectively, and are ready to apply sophisticated computational approaches for acquiring, managing, analyzing and integrating high-dimensional biological data.

 

To meet various demands from the investigators, we provide services at multiple levels, from full service to cost-effective limited service as well as collaborative projects requiring longer-term commitment of time and effort. Every study is unique, so please contact us to discuss your service needs.

 

Our basic services are

  • Biostatistical assistance, experimental design and power analysis
  • Custom array design
  • Target design for enrichment and deep sequencing
  • High-throughput omic data analysis (e.g. microarray, next-generation sequencing, metabolomics and proteomics)
  • Functional enrichment and pathway analysis
  • Statistical genetics and SNP analysis
  • PD/PK data analysis and physiologically based pharmacokinetic modelling
  • Advanced data mining and integrative analysis
  • Grant applications assistance
  • Custom applications development

 

Leadership

Jason Li, Associate Director

 

Location and hours of operation

Hours Location

 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Lake Nona Campus, Room A2855

6500 Sanger Road

Orlando, FL 32827

 

Contacts

Name Role Phone Email Location
Jian-Liang (Jason) Li, Ph.D.
Associate Director
 
407.745.2141
 
jlli@sanfordburnham.org
 
Lake Nona, Room A2855
 
Feng Qi, Ph.D.
Bioinformatics Scientist
 
407.745.2000 ext.2588
 
fqi@sanfordburnham.org
 
Lake Nona, Room A2670