New College (West Campus): Proteomics and Functional Genomics Core Facility

Equipment/facility: Facility

  • Location

    United States

Description

Faculty in ASU West's Division of Mathematical and Natural Sciences have research interests that range from the study of single molecules to the ecology of organisms indigenous to arid regions. To gain an unprecedented level of insight into each of the organisms and systems they study, several faculty employ tools in proteomics and functional genomics. Mathematical biologists in the Division collaborate with life and natural scientists in the Division to make sense of the masses of data that typically result from experiments utilizing proteomics and functional genomics-based tools.
Contact: Carl Wagner and Todd Sandrin

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proteomics
genomics
arid region
ecology
experiment
organism
natural science