Beyond Data Storage - ImmPort Offers a Platform for Future Research Advances
Computer applications have become an essential part of biomedical research to analyze the often huge amounts of data. NIAID develops and applies bioinformatics tools for sequencing and alignment, structural analysis and prediction, genome annotation, and simulations and 3D modeling.
NIAID Scientists Improve Methods for Studying Immune Cell Development—Aug. 29, 2014
NIH Launches 3D Print Exchange for Researchers, Students—June 18, 2014
2014 Annual Bioinformatics Festival—April 8, 2014
Report of the 2012 NIAID/DMID Bioinformatics for Infectious Diseases Workshop: Translating Data to Knowledge (PDF)—April 26, 2012
Last Updated August 29, 2014