Advanced Genomics

Advanced Genomics and Next Generation Sequencing

Welcome to the Advanced Genomics Core

Olivia Koues, Ph.D.
Managing Director

The University of Michigan Advanced Genomics Core (formerly the DNA Sequencing Core), part of the Biomedical Research Core Facilities within the Office of Research, provides high-quality, low-cost advanced genomic analysis for research clients on a recharge basis. The Core occupies approximately 10,000 square feet of laboratory space in the North Campus Research Complex, with 30 highly trained individuals on staff to help you. We operate a wide variety of instruments that perform Sanger sequencing, genotyping, gene expression analysis, nucleic acid quantification, next-generation sequencing and single cell analysis.

The Advanced Genomics Core is growing and changing to adapt to the latest technologies and trends on a daily basis. We are a full-service Core, and work closely with our investigators to meet their needs and make their research as successful as possible.

Contact us with any questions!

Photos from Our Lab

Advanced Genomics by the Numbers

Grants Serviced FY18

Principal Investigators Served FY18

Joined BRCF

Events

  • Quick Start Guide To Using FIJI and FluoRender For Visualizing Fluorescence Images

    A practical, basic, and interactive introduction to how to use FIJI and FluoRender freeware for common image visualization and rendering tasks. Attendees should bring a laptop to work along with the examples. No prior knowledge is required. Time commitment: 4 …

     
  • Explore Single Cell Multiomics

    Hosted by the Advanced Genomics Core, in partnership with BD Life Sciences: NCRC, Research Auditorium Building 10 & ACR1 March 12, 2020 8:30 AM – 1:00 PM SEMINAR | RESEARCH AUDITORIUM BUILDING 10 8:30 AM Welcome by Dr. Olivia Koues …

     

News

  • Rogel Cancer Center to sponsor small internal grants to Cancer Biology (CB) and Cancer Genetics (CG) Programs

    CB and CG programs have been allocated discretionary funds to strengthen cancer-related research. The Rogel Cancer Center Shared Resources and University of Michigan Research Cores offer a wide variety of state-of-the-art technologies and platforms. In many cases, the cost can …

     
  • RNA-Sequencing Draws a Packed House in Ann Arbor

    The Advanced Genomics Core and Illumina host a sold-out event at U-M. On Wednesday, February 5th, 177 U-M researchers came out in droves to learn from the technical experts of Illumina! Topics presented at the seminar included: RNA-seq overview and related …