The Bioinformatics Institute (BI) is a research and education centre bringing together biosciences, health sciences, computer science, mathematics, and statistics to understand complex datasets. The Institute is based in the Faculty of Science and affiliated with the Faculty Medical and Health Sciences.
The Bioinformatics Institute contributes to bioinformatics education at the University of Auckland, and provides consulting services operated in conjunction with New Zealand Genomics Ltd (NZGL), a nationally coordinated initiative that makes access to genomics and bioinformatics techniques accessible to New Zealand researchers. The Institute also provides facilities for graduates students at the University of Auckland and provides training and support for biological, ecological and medical researchers from any organisation using bioinformatics.
About the Bioinformatics Institute, our history, and bioinformatics in New Zealand.
Research themes within the Institute.
Assistance for researchers
We can provide advice and analysis services for any type of biologically-related data.
Tools and resources
Our hosted resources and bioinformatics tools.
Courses and training
Details of training programs and educational courses in bioinformatics, including those administered by the Institute.
Our staff, affiliates, and alumni.
Institute location, phone, and email contacts.
NZSBMB/NZMS Joint Conference: Molecules and Microbes Event as iCalendar
18 November 2014 - 21 November 2014The joint annual meeting of the NZ Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and the NZ Microbiological Society.