• The Cat's Meow
  • Genome Institute researchers make scientific double play
  • Obi and Malachi Griffith make WIRED magazine's 2013 Smart List
  • Drug Gene Interaction Database
  • Pediatric Cancer Research
  • The Genome Institute Researchers Remain on "Hottest Researchers" List
  • Cancer Genomics
  • Sample Prep
  • Global Health & Infectious Disease Research
  • Testing and Training

    Testing and Training
    Lisa Cook tests a new sample preparation protocol.

  • The Cancer Genome Initiative
  • Computing at The Genome Institute

    Computing at The Genome Institute
    Kirk Brege performs data infrastructure upgrades on a communication closet.

  • Genome Institute Tours
  • Dr. Lukas Wartman survives the cancer he studies.
  • Outreach Event
  • Preparing to Sequence

    Preparing to Sequence
    Preparing a fluorescent gel during library construction.

  • Software Development


The Genome Institute employs over 200 faculty and staff from a variety of disciplines.

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The Genome Institute is involved in a number of highly collaborative large-scale projects.

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Genome Modeling Tools

The Genome Modeling Tools site provides reliable software for high-throughput genomic analysis that is easy to install and well documented. The software on the site is developed and maintained by the Informatics group at The Genome Institute at Washington University School of Medicine.

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Turnkey Variant Analysis Project

TVAP focuses on the discovery and interpretation of genetic variants by providing a computational framework and data analysis tools for use with the latest DNA high-throughput sequencing technologies. TVAP is a component of the NHGRI's iSeqTools Network and is maintained by the Informatics group at TGI.

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Outreach at TGI

Serving St. Louis Through Science

The Outreach Department reaches out to the St. Louis community by visiting local schools, giving talks and doing hands-on science with K-12 students. The department also conducts tours of the institute, invites groups to perform experiments in the facility's labs and provides internships for undergraduates from diverse backgrounds.

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