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Bioinformatics Platform of the Institut Curie (U900 Institut Curie – INSERM)

Integration of omics data, analysis of omics and other data, development of methods and tools for bioinformatics and statistics
Types of data: all types of chips, all large-sequencing applications, mass spectrometry, high throughput phenotyping, low-throughput data
Training in bioinformatics and statistics
Involvement in coordination of the scientific community (APLIBIO, IFB, France Génomique…)
Main activity: Molecular oncology.

1280-core cluster and 8 TB of RAM
2 Po of storage.

Main achievements:
Bioinformatics environment
- analysis of genomic, transcriptomic and proteomic chips (RPPA)
- analysis of large-scale sequencing (sequence variants, ChIP-Seq, Small RNA-Seq, HiSeq, RNA-Seq)
- mass spectrometry analysis
- analysis of high-throughput cell phenotyping data
Participation in clinical trials in oncology
Development of an information system for integration of heterogeneous data, etc.

Quality Assurance /Certification:
Application for certification in progress.

For further information: http://u900.curie.fr

Platform Managers:
Dr Emmanuel Barillot, Directeur
Dr Philippe Hupé, Directeur adjoint

Institut Curie, 26 rue d’Ulm, 75248 PARIS cedex 05
U900 Institut Curie - INSERM


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