USF Genomics

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USF Genomics represents a consortium of active research programs from different colleges and campuses of USF.

About USF Genomics 

Our projects integrate modern genomic approaches to understand and help develop solutions for some of the major challenges affecting global health and especially our Florida community. USF Genomics research projects are naturally interdisciplinary with studies that cross many boundaries of traditional scientific fields, integrating bioscience approaches in experimental and environmental research with computation biology. Opportunities exist for new graduate students to join well-funded research programs to study disease causes from underlying drug resistance and virulence genes in pathogenic organisms to changes of microbial communities within our bodies to the marine environment.

 

Register for the One Health Codeathon 2021:

Collaborative Coding the time of Covid: Harnessing data science against pandemics. A virtual event on February 24-26, 2020

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Need Help? Questions?

For general questions, assistance with proposals, etc., submit your question/request with the USF Genomics Help Submission Form or email genomics@usf.edu.


USF Genomics in the College of Public Health News

35th Anniversary Spotlight: USF Genomics Program serves as 'building block' for public health breakthroughts

Rays Jiang, USF Genomics and COPH Professor, named highly cited researcher

Research by the Center for Global Health and Infectious Disease at USF and the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute has been published in Science Magazine.

One Health Codeathon at USF 2020

The USF Genomics Program and the Institute for the Advanced Study of Culture and the Environment sponsored the One Health Codeathon in February 2020 in collaboration with the USF Initiative on the Microbiome. The event was titled "Host-Microbiome Interactions in Global Health.