The Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) is actively engaged in integrative translational research supported by a group involved in both the application and advancement of methods in computational biology and bioinformatics. Faculty, post-doctoral fellows, and students in this group actively collaborate with researchers in basic and clinical sciences throughout the university. Research within the group spans a range of applications including genomics, proteomics, systems biology, biomarker identification, and clinical informatics. This group, made up of scientists from a variety of departments in the university, is purposed to develop statistical, informatics and mathematical tools that foster collaboration among basic scientists, health-care professionals and others -- ultimately to improve the science of medicine.
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