The Massachusetts General Hospital Center for Computational and Integrative Biology is an affiliation of faculty drawn together by a common interest in the study of biology through methods engaging a broader scale of inquiry than the existing standard.

The Center for Computational and Integrative Biology supports investigators at the hospital and across Boston through a variety of autonomous cores that provide services in DNA sequencing, oligonucleotide synthesis, microarray analysis and research laboratory automation.

The faculty’s interests include the origins of life, the mechanisms of host-pathogen interactions in plants and model organisms, the relationship between atherosclerosis and inflammatory responses in vertebrates and the collection and analysis of comprehensive measures of physiology in an attempt to understand the harbingers of adverse outcomes in individuals treated for trauma.

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