Facilities and services
Bioinformatics Data Science Group
The Bioinformatics Data Science Group offers dedicated hardware, software, biological data management and storage, consultancy, analyses, full participation in the bioinformatics components of grants (part and full posts), production of bespoke analysis pipelines, software, interfaces and databases, teaching and training.
Clinical Phenotyping Centre
The Clinical Phenotyping Centre provides state-of-the-art metabolic phenotyping capabilities and the integration and correlation of the data with other data sets on the same samples. The facilities include cutting-edge NMR and UPLC-MS/MS infrastructure, as well as core analytical and project management staff.
Human Anatomy Unit
The Human Anatomy Unit (HAU) is a teaching facility which provides anatomy and pathology resources for students and practitioners of medicine and allied healthcare professions. The Unit comprises a dissection room, a dedicated anatomy skills laboratory and a pathology museum. These facilities enable the study of human anatomy and pathology in a conducive environment, using the latest technologies.
Imperial College Healthcare Tissue Bank
The Imperial College Healthcare Tissue Bank (ICHTB) infrastructure enables Imperial researchers to collect, store and use human tissue appropriately under a single Human Tissue Authority (HTA) licence and Ethics approval. We provide Research Ethics Committee approved consent forms and access to a tracking database which ensures HTA compliance.
Imperial International Phenome Training Centre
The IIPTC offers hands-on laboratory based training for metabolic profiling, delivered in a state-of-the-art facility. The IIPTC exploits the extensive expertise of the College as a world-class academic institute, harbouring internationally recognised leaders in metabolic profiling.
ITMAT Data Science Group
The focus of the group is to enable biomedical scientific discovery through advanced applications of computational methods, development of novel algorithms and software, curation and sharing of analytical pipelines and data, and maintenance of existing software tools.
London General Surgical Skills Programme
The London General Surgical Skills Programme provides monthly, consultant-led, practical teaching sessions for all ST3-ST6 vascular and general surgical trainees on behalf of Health Education South London, Health Education North West London, Health Education North Central and East London, plus Kent, Surrey and Sussex Deanery. The teaching on the Skills Programme is free to trainees and is a compulsory component of their surgical training.
MRC-NIHR National Phenome Centre
The MRC-NIHR National Phenome Centre is open to the whole UK research community (academic and industry) and offers a wide range of services from broad profiling untargeted assays to targeted assays. These services are offered on a collaborative project basis or as a fee-for-service offering.
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