Informatics

Computational Biology Resource Center

Director:

Dr. Starr Hazard    

Contact Information:

hazards@musc.edu   
843-792-0715   

Location:

MUSC - Clinical Sciences Building, Room 320   

Website:

http://academicdepartments.musc.edu/cbrc/

Description:

The CBRC is a state-of-the-art computational infrastructure for scientists to apply advanced computer algorithms to biological problems. Toward reaching this goal, the CBRC has purchased and maintains a 30 node 236 CPU computing cluster combined with 35 terabit storage capacity. The cluster is a LINUX-based system aimed at supporting a host of biodatabases as well as applications in drug discovery, NMR, x-ray crystallography, DNA microarray analysis, bioinformatics, image analysis and molecular modeling.

Accessibility:

Open to all investigators.  Heavy access that excludes access by others will need to be approved.