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The Bioinformatics Laboratory participates in projects that require support for experimental design and the analysis of data from microarray, proteomics, sequencing, or metabolomics experiments. Examples of data analysis approaches include:
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Support of local bioinformaticians
Several AMC groups have appointed one or more bioinformaticians to support local research projects. We have a good overview of much of the bioinformatics expertise and work in the AMC and can help you to get in contact with bioinformaticians outside our group. In addition, we support local bioinformaticians by, for example, developing appropriate training programmes, pointing them to relevant bioinformatics developments or jointly performing bioinformatics projects.
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The Bioinformatics Laboratory participates in projects that require support for experimental design and the analysis of data from microarray, proteomics, sequencing, or metabolomics experiments. Examples of data analysis approaches include:
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Support of local bioinformaticians
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Collaboration
Most of the support that we provide is part of research collaborations. This often turns out to be the most appropriate way to develop and apply the bioinformatics methodology required in (clinical) genomics research projects. These research support projects include the development of bioinformatics expertise, software and databases, and generally involve significant efforts and time investments. For more information mailto: p.d.moerland@amc.uva.nl (Perry Moerland) or mailto: a.h.vankampen@amc.uva.nl (Antoine van Kampen).
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Support of local bioinformaticians
Several AMC groups have appointed one or few bioinformaticians to support local research projects. We have a good overview of much of the bioinformatics expertise and work in the AMC and can help you to get in contact with bioinformaticians outside our group. In addition, we support local bioinformaticians by, for example, developing appropriate training programmes, pointing them to relevant bioinformatics developments or jointly performing bioinformatics projects.
 
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For experimental design questions, advanced data analysis you can contact Perry Moerland mailto: p.d.moerland@amc.uva.nl.
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Support of local bioinformaticians
Several AMC groups have appointed one or more bioinformaticians to support local research projects. We have a good overview of much of the bioinformatics expertise and work in the AMC and can help you to get in contact with bioinformaticians outside our group. In addition, we support local bioinformaticians by, for example, developing appropriate training programmes, pointing them to relevant bioinformatics developments or jointly performing bioinformatics projects
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  Microarray support
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Services provided by the Bioinformatics Laboratory

The Bioinformatics Laboratory provides different forms of support to AMC researchers, which are briefly described here.


Collaboration
Most of the support that we provide is part of research collaborations. This often turns out to be the most appropriate way to develop and apply the bioinformatics methodology required in (clinical) genomics research projects. These research support projects include the development of bioinformatics expertise, software and databases, and generally involve significant efforts and time investments. For more information mailto: p.d.moerland@amc.uva.nl (Perry Moerland) or mailto: a.h.vankampen@amc.uva.nl (Antoine van Kampen).


Support of local bioinformaticians
Several AMC groups have appointed one or few bioinformaticians to support local research projects. We have a good overview of much of the bioinformatics expertise and work in the AMC and can help you to get in contact with bioinformaticians outside our group. In addition, we support local bioinformaticians by, for example, developing appropriate training programmes, pointing them to relevant bioinformatics developments or jointly performing bioinformatics projects.


Microarray support
For experimental design questions, advanced data analysis you can contact Perry Moerland mailto: p.d.moerland@amc.uva.nl.
 
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