The Computational Systems Biology Core/Computational Biology Initiative is a facility of the Research Centers in Minority Institute(RCMI). Our objective is to offer computational support for basic and translational health research as well as high performance computing infrastructure to the research community here at UTSA. We provide hardware, software, and programming consulting services, as well as our computational research expertise. The high end workstation lab and classroom is available to our members and can be used to host meetings, workshops, and classes.
Read our release notes on all the new changes to the Cheetah cluster.
The Cheetah cluster has been rebuilt with Rocks 6.1 to provide better performance and stability. We've also taken this time to reorganize the existing hardware into new queues and how the software is installed on the system. As such, existing job scripts will have to be updated.
A series of presentations, software demostrations and other events on various topics in bioinformatics, such as next-gen sequencing, microarray data analysis, proteomics and metabolomics.
This event is free and open to those at UTSA, UTHSCSA and others who are interested in bioinformatics.
Join us to learn about the brand new features in Ingenuity Pathway Analysis(IPA).