Biostatistics, Bioinformatics and Computational Biology Core
This core is an interdisciplinary core of biostatisticians, modelers, biocomputing scientists, software tool developers and bioinformaticians with expertise in various HIV/AIDS research areas. In addition to providing novel and standard statistical methods, this core seeks to support and collaborate with Investigators in the areas of grant proposal, study design and manuscript/abstract preparation. This core additionally provides training through seminars and hands-on lab specific training and consultation.
Provides biostatistics support for design and analysis of HIV/AIDS-related in vitro and in vivo lab experiments, clinical studies, prevention/behavior studies and epidemiological and translational studies.
Biomathematical Modeling Unit
Supports and promotes new multidisciplinary collaborations by providing modeling support to further HIV/AIDS-related research and to expand existing modeling efforts. Modeling expertise and projects include the following.
- PK/PD modeling of antiretroviral therapies
- HIV viral dynamics in AIDS clinical studies
- HIV viral fitness modeling for in vitro experiments
- AIDS epidemics modeling
- HIV RNA structure and sequence modeling
- Pathway modeling, cellular signaling and regulatory network modeling
- High-throughput data modeling and analysis
Provides translational data management and informatics services for HIV/AIDS-related research and studies, including the development of databases and data management, biocomputing and bioinformatics tools, and computational algorithms. Tools available include the following.
URMC Research Groups, Community Observe 25th Annual World AIDS Day »
November 27, 2013
URMC Named a Leader in LGBT Healthcare Equality »
July 16, 2013
UR Named Center for AIDS Research by the National Institutes of Health »
May 09, 2013
As Our Understanding of HIV Evolves, Grant Helps Providers Keep Pace »
February 19, 2013
URMC Observes World AIDS Day with Talks, Events, Concert »
November 19, 2012
The 5th annual HIV/AIDS Symposium in recognition of World AIDS Day will be held Tuesday December 3rd. The event will include a Scientific Poster Sessions and a keynote address from Dr. Steven Deeks from the University of California at San Francisco and Dr. Paul Johnson from The New England Primate Center, Harvard University.