The Proximity Principle

Bioinformatics is a science melting pot, bringing together many disciplines to answer big questions about our health.
Computer Simulations First Step Toward Designing New, More Efficient Amine Chemical Scrubbers
Adverse drug reactions triggered by the common HLA-B*57:01 variant: a molecular docking study
Variation in the glucose transporter gene SLC2A2 is associated with glycemic response to metformin.
Computer-aided design of carbon nanotubes with the desired bioactivity and safety profiles
System Toxicological Approaches to Define Flame Retardant Adverse Outcome Pathways
DREAMing of smart crowds in toxicity testing

Bioinformatics & Statistical Genetics

When the BRC at NC State University was founded in 2000, it was with the understanding that quantitative methods applied to massive datasets are essential to the comprehension of the genomic structure of even the simplest organisms.

The university is located in Raleigh, the heart of one of the leading research areas in the United States. The BRC has developed strong relationships with industrial partners and other academic or government organizations in the Research Triangle Park area.

Recent Publications


A proof-of-concept molecular modeling study from North Carolina State University analyzes the efficiency of amine solutions in capturing carbon dioxide. […]