We are dedicated
to furthering open genome science & technology.
The Computational Genomics Lab is a shared venture
led by faculty, research scientists and engineers within the
UC Santa Cruz Genomics Institute.
What We Do
Our research is currently focused on:
- Building technology to connect the institutional silos where genome information is now isolated by forging and implementing interoperable standards. We are a proud members of the Global Alliance for Genomics and Health.
- Comparing the history of vertebrate genomes. Want to reconstruct a 65 million old genome from the genomes of its descendants? Talk to us! We love the Genome 10K, a project to sequence 10,000 vertebrate genomes.
- Using next-next generation sequencing technology to create more complete, accurate and phased genomes.
- Making it easy to discover and share portable, reproducible and scalable genomic workflows.
- Analyzing massive genomic datasets using the cloud.
- Build a human reference genome structure that contains all common variation as a universal basis for genomics.
- Completing the library of human and mouse RNAs.