The Bioinformatics Core supports the activities of screening projects through application of systems biology tools and approaches.
Contact any of the core facilties for information on availability and use.
Development of Novel Therapies through Fragment Based Drug DiscoveryTuesday, May 24, 2016
Application of Automated Microscopy and image Informatics to Cancer ResearchMonday and Tuesday, June 13-14, 2016
2012: Drug Combinations for Cancer Therapy 2013: Advanced Models of Imaging-Based Drug Screening 2014: New Frontiers in Therapeutic Agents: Successes in Drugging the Undruggable2015: Recent Advances in the Development of Combinatorial Therapies for Cancer
A few resources for investigators pursuing screening and/or drug discovery
These instructions are intended to guide investigators submitting applications to the Gulf Coast Consortium for Chemical Genomics – Texas Screening Alliance for Cancer Theraptices Programs through the application web portal. You may also download this instructions in PDF format.
Instructions For Specialized Applications
For any specialized needs that fall outside of the standard TxSACT application, please contact us at 713-677-7474 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each research project application will undergo two levels of pre-screening review, one for technical feasibility as a high-throughput screening project and the other for scientific merit. If a research project has already been reviewed and funded by CPRIT or the NIH, it will be considered scientifically qualified and will only be reviewed for technical feasibility to ensure compatibility with TxSACT resources. The Technical Review Committee is comprised of screening experts from each of the TxSACT screening programs.
To begin your TxSACT application or request a Letter of Support begin here. (You will be directed to another website)
Development of Novel Therapies Through Fragment Based Drug DiscoveryMay 24, 2016
Application of Automated Microscopy and Image Infomratics to Cancer ResearchJune 13-14, 2016