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- About Us
Kurt Zhang, Ph.D.
Director of ND INBRE Bioinformatics Core
Phone: (701) 777-0389
Please visit Zhang Lab website.
• Consulting services
We collaborate with researchers in the analysis of next generation sequencing data, genome-wide association, epigenomics, global gene expression, DNA copy numbers, and microRNA.
We support for clinical trial and pre-clinical trial studies by providing services in study design, power analysis, statistical analysis for risk assessment, early detection, prevention, outcome, and interaction of multiple factors.
• Computing facility
The bioinformatics core is equipped with a Dell PowerEdge R910 4U rack server that has four Intel Xeon X7550 CPUs and 512 GB RAM. R910 allows parallel computation of 64 processes simultaneously. Additional computing power is obtained through our partnership with UND Computational Research Center for their cluster computer.