BioComputing Facility (BCF) provides comprehensive computational infrastructure (cyberinfrastucture) for science research projects, including life sciences, health sciences, and physical sciences. BCF strives to facilitate inclusion of computational methods and techniques at various stages of the discovery process across all science disciplines, with the primary aim of simplifying and automating processes through innovation, education and training. Platforms developed by BCF are widely utilized, including Kidenga mosquito disease tracker (including Zika virus), Arizona Smoker’s Helpline:, and Clinical Genetic Testing pipelines

BCF Provides Services and Support for:
•Data Analysis, Storage and Management
•Managing High Throughput and Compute Intensive Tasks
•Mobile Health Applications
•Data Mining and Integration
•Visualization and Rapid Prototyping
•Software Engineering
•Special topics Hands-on Workshops & Training

BCF services and facilities are available to University of Arizona faculty, staff and students, with limited services for off campus collaborators and industry partners. We offer one hour free consultations to potential collaborators. BCF embodies the primary mission defined for its parent organizations, Arizona Research Laboratories and UA Research, Discovery & Innovation. Click HERE to see selected publications co-authored by BCF staff.