The Computational Biology and Bioinformatics Initiative (CBBI) provides computational infrastructure, bioinformatics expertise, and interdisciplinary research to manage, distribute complex data sets, develop and perform bioinformatics tasks, and statistical analyses in the area of genomics and systems biology.
The Genome Sequencing Facility (GSF) at Greehey Children’s Cancer Research Institute in the UT Health San Antonio utilizes state-of-the-art genomic platforms to generate high-quality genomic data and provides support with its analysis.
The goal of the Greehey CCRI RNAi/CRISPR High Throughput Screening Facility is to collaborate with internal UT Health as well as with external investigators, to conduct genome-wide RNAi/CRISPR screening projects, including assay development, screening, and gene validation, to understand functional biology of cancer and accelerate target discovery.
A GCCRI-based Xenograft and Cell Lines Core provides the service of preclinical testing of chemotherapeutics and combinations in mouse models. This Core is available to the UT Health San Antonio research community, the pharmaceutical companies, and any lab interested in conducting animal research.