About the Bioinformatics and Computational Biosciences Branch

The BCBB staff consists of an integrated team of computational biology specialists, bioinformatics software developers, and operations support staff, which includes project managers, business and infrastructure analysts, and communications and design specialists. Each BCBB project is completed with input from a specialized team that contributes interdisciplinary expertise.

Program Overview

The BCBB drives innovation in biomedical informatics at NIAID for global health clinicians and researchers by fostering a pipeline of products, platforms, and solutions. The BCBB partners with clients in the research process by applying bioinformatics and computational biology methods to generate new hypotheses and data, analyze existing data, and ultimately elevate the use of these methods and resources throughout the NIH. While BCBB services and resources are tailored to meet the needs of the NIAID intramural and extramural research communities, the branch regularly engages in formal collaborations with other NIH Institutes. The BCBB staff consists of an integrated team of computational biology specialists, bioinformatics software developers, and operations support staff, which includes project managers, business and infrastructure analysts, and communications and design specialists. Each BCBB project is completed with input from a specialized team that contributes interdisciplinary expertise. BCBB offers an array of services.

Group Members

Bioinformatics and Computational Biosciences Branch Group Members

From L to R, top to bottom: Darrell Hurt, Ph.D.; Karlynn Noble; Michael Dolan, Ph.D.; Mariam Quiñones, Ph.D.; Sandhya Xirasagar, Ph.D.; Jason Barnett; Lewis Kim; Michael Harris, Ph.D.; David Liou; Matt Reardon; Kurt Wollenberg, Ph.D.; Raman Kaur; Philip MacMenamin; Andrei Gabrielian, Ph.D.; Simon Li; Andrew Oler, Ph.D.; Meghan McCarthy, Ph.D.; Phil Cruz, Ph.D.; Yongjie Fan; Jennifer Dommer; Jun Yu; Eric Engle; Poorani Subramanian, Ph.D.; Lingwen Zhang; Amitava Roy, Ph.D.; Yamil Boo Irizarry; R. Burke Squires; Sherry Weedon; Samuel Ezeji; Ning Hua; Jessica Taaffe, Ph.D.; Brendan Jeffrey, Ph.D.; Lavanya Badarla; Octavio Juarez-Espinosa, Ph.D.; Latrice Ware; Conrad Shyu, Ph.D.; Daniel Veltri, Ph.D.; Xi Cheng, Ph.D.; Marisa Moore; Kai Zhang; Krishnaveni Kaladi; and Ke Huang, Ph.D.

Credit: NIAID
Content last reviewed on May 25, 2018