Computational Systems Biology Infrastructure

​Computational Systems Biology Infrastructure (CSB) is a national research support infrastructure with two main aims;
1) establishment of a computational framework for management and usage of genome-scale metabolic models (GEMs). This framework is known as the Human Metabolic Atlas (HMA).
2) providing expert support in computational biology and bioinformatics  for nationally prioritised research projects.

All research project support is coordinated with SciLifeLab and NBIS (National Bioinformatics Infrastructure Sweden). In practise CSB functions as a Facility for Systems Biology in the SciLifeLab och NBIS organisations.

CSB contribute to SciLifeLab and NBIS by providing expertise in systems biology with focus on integrating data from multiple omics datasets (e.g. transcriptomics, metabolomics and proteomics). In addition, we also contribute expertise in more standard NGS data analysis and interpretation.

We are leading an NBIS initiative with aims to promote "reproducible research". Contact us for info

Applications for project support are submitted here: Apply for support
Current and previous projects that have received support are listed here: Supported projects

In Göteborg, we have regular consultation meetings, so called "Bioinformatics drop-ins". Contact us for updated information.

Published: Thu 07 Nov 2019.