Brain Cancer Research Platforms


 

Beta version of The Brain Institute of America’s de-identified RNA-Seq program for academic collaboration has launched:

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A few months back we posted a snapshot of a web-design the group was working on for certain collaborators who were interested in RNA sequencing. We are proud to note that a beta version of this program is now up and running and can be reached by clicking on the image below. Currently this version of the program uses publicly available datasets as a “proof-of-concept” that a program containing RNA-Seq datasets as well as a number of other genomic analyses can be developed and hosted on our servers.

 

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Eventually we will develop this into a multi-user platform for our academic and clinical collaborators, with an expanded suite of proprietary tools for RNA-Seq intensive studies. Over the next months and years, a number of updates, add-ons, and upgrades will be developed for our users.

So for now, enjoy this beta version of the RNA-Seq program and please provide feedback here!

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The Brain Institute of America’s position brochure:

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The Brain Institute of America has a brief pamphlet highlighting the activities of our research programs.  Those applying for any of the research positions associated with our group would require some experience in these particular programs. Those with bioinformatics expertise are preferred, and two positions are currently available for our non-coding RNA bioinformatics program.

See below:

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Thank you for for helping us make a difference!

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