Hubbard Center for Genome Studies

Bioinformatics

The HCGS provides bioinformatics training and support

workshops

BITMaB [Benthic Invertebrates Taxonomy, Metagenomics, and Bioinformatics Workshop]

Qiime2

NH-INBRE Instructor's Workshop

Project support is available based upon consultation

Infastructure

servers

ron

Is our state of the art teaching server.  Designed and setup to provide provide students experience working on a cutting edge bioinformatics server.  The software setup on ron is the same (or more up to date) than our reasearch servers.

2 x Xeon E5-2695 v4, totalling 36 physical or 72 virtual cores

512 GB ECC RAM

44 TB RAID array

PREMISE

BRAIN

4 x AMD OPTERON 6380 Totalling 64 Cores

512 GB ECC RAM

22 TB RAID array

PINKY

COBB

2 x Xeon E5620 Totalling 8 physical or 16 virtual cores

32 GB RAM

23 TB storage

 

 

 

The NH-INBRE program supports the UNH Bioinformatics Core facility that provides bioinformatics services to the NH-INBRE community. Dr. Kelley Thomas leads the Bioinformatics Core facility at UNH. This facility provides NH-INBRE participants with access to outstanding, state-of-the-art computing for genomic analysis, on site training modules in genomics and bioinformatics, deep DNA sequencing, gene expression, and many other important biomedical research tools.

 


The Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative (GoMRI) will investigate the impacts of the oil, dispersed oil, and dispersant on the ecosystems of the Gulf of Mexico and affected coastal States in a broad context of improving fundamental understanding of the dynamics of such events and their environmental stresses and public health implications. The GoMRI will also develop improved spill mitigation, oil and gas detection, characterization and remediation technologies.

The ultimate goal of the GoMRI will be to improve society’s ability to understand, respond to and mitigate the impacts of petroleum pollution and related stressors of the marine and coastal ecosystems, with an emphasis on conditions found in the Gulf of Mexico. Knowledge accrued will be applied to restoration and to improving the long-term environmental health of the Gulf of Mexico.