to the Genome Resource Facility website at the London School of Hygiene
& Tropical Medicine (LSHTM)
The Genome Resource Facility (GRF) website is an interactive information centre relating to the practical use of microarray-based technology and analysis of data generated from microarray experiments. The site also contains information on core bioinformatics topics and advances in sequencing technology.
Why has it been created?
The GRF has been created as a result of increasing technological developments within the field of genomics and in particular microarrays and sequencing. Sequencing the genomes of a number of pathogenic microorganisms has allowed staff here at the LSHTM to carry out ground breaking microarray research within this field. The GRF website allows a wealth of information to be easily available for research students, staff and potential collaborators.
Who has created it?
The GRF is a Faculty initiative founded by Professor Brendan Wren and Dr Nick Dorrell of the Pathogen Molecular Biology Department at LSHTM. The website authors and designers are Abdi Elmi and Ozan Gundogdu.
We hope you find the GRF website useful and if you have any questions or suggestions to improve the website, please do not hesitate to contact us.