Presented by: Jeremy Wilkinson
The Microbiome Analysis Core at the Harvard T.H. School of Public Health provides end-to-end support for microbial community and human microbiome research, from experimental design through data generation, bioinformatics, and statistics. This includes general consulting, power calculations, selection of data generation options, and analysis of data from amplicon (16S/18S/ITS), shotgun metagenomic sequencing, metatranscriptomics, metabolomics, and other molecular assays. The Microbiome Analysis Core has extensive experience with microbiome profiles in diverse populations, including taxonomic and functional profiles from large cohorts, quantitative ecology, multi'omics and meta analysis, and microbial systems and human epidemiological analysis. By integrating microbial community profiles with host clinical and environmental information, we enable researchers to interpret molecular activities of the microbiota and assess its impact on human health.
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