The Computational and Integrative Biomedical Research Center is a resource to help students and faculty address the broad range of analytical problems posed by the complexity of high throughput biological datasets. The goal of the center is to help bridge the translational gap from data to models, and from models to drug discovery and personalized therapy by fostering collaborations and developing original quantitative approaches to biological and clinical problems.
As part of its mission the CIBR Center will support research and education through hardware and software; through seminars and computational workshops; and through consultations and seed grants that promote new research programs across Baylor College of Medicine and the broad academic and clinical community of the Texas Medical Center.
We invite you to visit the CIBR Center pages on Educational Events (including workshops, seminars, data clinics and collaborative initiatives), Computation and Data Resources (high performance computing and site licensed computational software) pages, and our Publications and News pages for all that the CIBR Center has to offer!
Meet the Center Director
The Computational and Integrative Biomedical Research Center is led by Dr. Oliver Lichtarge.
The CIBR Center provides multiple resources to assist with computational problems.
Many of the CIBR Center's events are open to the entire Texas Medical Center community in the interest of continued education and collaborations in the field of computational and integrated biomedical research.
Visit for computational biology federal opportunities and CIBR Seed Award opportunities.