UMass Boston

Genomics Core

The Genomics Core service model fills a critical gap in genomics research by offering tailored services that move early ideas through feasibility assessment to project completion. We provide an accessible venue for exploratory, high risk / potentially high pay-off genomics-based studies, especially those that require innovative and/or technically challenging approaches. 

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About Us

The Genomics Core was established in 2015 by the Center for Personalized Cancer Therapy  (CPCT)  to enable UMass Boston investigators and academic and industry collaborators to carry out basic and translational genomics research.  The Core leverages cutting-edge technologies and next-generation sequencing capabilities to help investigators move genomics-based projects from basic ideas through explorative feasibility studies to project completion.  

Citing use of the Genomics Core services and in your papers and presentations:  Please cite the use of the Center for Personalized Cancer Therapy Genomics Core and its grant support as part of the NIH/NCI U54 CA156734 award Shared Resources Core in your papers and presentations.  Thank you!

The CPCT Genomics Core is aligned with the U54 Cancer Research Partnership

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Genomics Core

Integrated Sciences Complex, 4th Floor, Room 4630
100 Morrissey Blvd.
Boston, MA 02125-3393

Hours of Operation:
Monday—Friday 8 a.m.– 4 p.m.