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The Center for the Study of Biological Complexity holds that a critical component of its overall mission is to provide Virginia's best resources for research and scholarly activity in the areas of interdisciplinary molecular, cellular, and developmental biology. This infrastructure is essential in order for VCU investigators to remain competitive in the post-genomic phases of life sciences research requiring state-of-the-art research facilities that provide genomic, proteomic, pharmacogenomics and structural biology, and bioinformatics, and complexity-theoretic technologies that cannot be provided in the labs of individual investigators. The Center has invested significant assets in the development and maintenance of this research infrastructure. Support has gone to the MicroArraying and Genetic Analysis and Molecular Interactions Cores of the Nucleic Acids Research Facilities, the Mass Spectroscopy Resource for Biocomplexity, the Pharmacogenomics and Drug Discovery Core, the Bioinformatics Computational Core Laboratories, and the VCU High Performance Computing Systems Group.

Click on the links below for more information on each of our facilities:

Nucleic Acids Research Facilities

The Bioinformatics Computational Core Laboratories


Genetic Analysis and Molecular Interactions Core

The Mass Spectroscopy Resource for Biological Complexity

The Pharmacogenomics and Drug Discovery Core

Scientific Visualization Laboratory

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