BTI Computational Biology Center

About the BTI Computational Biology Center (BCBC)

Decoding the complexity and diversity of life.

The BCBC aims to establish BTI as a leader in computational biology with the following objectives:
  • Expand BTI’s strength in computational biology by promoting synergistic interactions among internal and external groups and organizing current and future computational biology activities.
  • Discover and leverage biological diversity in non-model plants through development of new algorithms and computational tools and identification of biological diversity at the level of genomic variation, biochemical complexity, and inter-organismal interactions.
  • Build current bioinformatics consulting, training, and outreach activities in support of the BCBC research mission.
Mission:

The BCBC seeks to transcend disciplinary boundaries by integrating biology and computation through collaborative research and education

BCBC Symposium 2018

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Members

Director

Consulting Team

BTI Faculty Core Members

Contact:

Boyce Thompson Institute
533 Tower Rd.
Ithaca, NY 14853
607.254.1234
contact@btiscience.org