CBRC - Computational Biology Resource Center
The Computational Biology Resource Center (CBRC) provides state-of-the-art computational infrastructure. MUSC scientists can now tackle complex biological problems using advanced computer algorithms to reveal new insights that will enhance research productivity and discovery. At the heart of the CBRC is a dedicated 16-node, 132 CPU computing cluster armed with a host of biological databases and applications for drug discovery, molecular modeling, structure determination and bioinformatics. The CBRC encourages broad use of the facility. Individuals interested in using the CBRC should contact Dr. Starr Hazard at hazards at musc dot edu.