Illuminating Neurodevelopment through Integrated Analysis and Vizualization of Multi-Omic Data

University Of Maryland Baltimore
Hertzano, Ronna (contact) White, Owen R

Molecular and cellular neuroscientists often lack the training in computer programming to fully explore “-omics” data common in the BRAIN Initiative. Drs. Hertzano and White will implement analytic software for visualization and interactive genome browsing of gene expression and RNA-seq data, including simple and complex cross-dataset analysis. These tools will be made available in the BRAIN Initiative funded Neuroscience Multi-Omic Data Archive (NeMO) which hosts multi-omic data. The software will provide an easy-to-use web-based work environment for visualization and analysis of multi-modality and multi- omic data, interrogation of relationships between epigenomic signatures and gene expression, and integration of analytical techniques for multivariate analysis, gene co- expression and other analyses.

University Of Maryland Baltimore
United States
39° 17' 21.1668" N, 76° 37' 29.9136" W
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