Advances in genomics over the past several years have given rise to enormous amounts of data. Genomic data from population and clinical cohorts, coupled with vast health and lifestyle data can generate important biological insights in human health, but only if that data can be stored and analysed in new and more sophisticated ways. Indeed, advances in genomics will be made - or hindered - by bioinformatics analytical capacity.
The Canadian Data Integration Centre (CDIC) will offer "soup to nuts" analytical and bioinformatics support to genomic researchers by providing the software and analytic systems to collect and harmonize data, analyze it and electronically publish the results.
To discuss a potential project, learn more about the services we offer, or to order a service, please use one of these links:
- For genome and transcriptome sequencing and analysis, including long-read sequencing on the Oxford Nanopore System, please see our Genome Technology Services pages.
- For information on using an academic compute cloud for running analytic pipelines on large-scale human genomics data, please visit the Cancer Genome Collaboratory.
- For information on the molecular pathology technologies and services we provide, please see the Diagnostic Development pages.
- For information on accessing the Ontario Health Study, a large longitudinal population cohort, please visit the OHS pages.
What We Do
With access to some of the largest "-omic", clinical and phenomic data in the world, our teams are international experts in complex analyses for purposes of discovery and development in:
Who We Are
The Executive Committee leading the CDIC bring together world-class expertise in the collection, harmonization and electronic publication of phenome- and genome-scale data.
- University of Montreal
- Montreal Heart Institute
- Stanford University
- University of Chicago