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  • Microbiome Analysis Core

    Dear All,

    I would like to introduce our Microbiome Analysis Core here at the Harvard School of Public Health (HMAC).

    Here's a description of the services we provide, and more can be found at http://www.hsph.harvard.edu/hmac/

    The mission of the HMAC is to provide formalized support, at the highest quality standards, for human microbiome-related studies and to foster collaborative initiatives in microbiome research. The provision of HMAC services is concentrated around the following aims:

    1. Provide consultation for microbiome project development. This includes consultation on experimental design, sample handling and sequencing, grant proposal development, study power estimation, bioinformatics and statistical data analysis.

    2. Provide validated end-to-end meta’omic analysis of microbial community data. Using open-source analytical methods developed in the Huttenhower laboratory and by other leaders in the field, we provide cutting-edge microbiome informatics and analysis.

    3. Support fully-collaborative grant-funded investigations. This includes preliminary data development, hypothesis formulation, grant narrative development, data analysis and biological inference, custom software development, and co-authored dissemination of findings.

    Let us know if we can help.

    many thanks!

  • #2
    Congrats on the new analysis core! You should consider listing your microbiome analysis services on Genohub: https://genohub.com/ngs-providers/. We receive many service requests for 16S, 18S rRNA-Seq.

    - Genohub


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