Stanford Functional Genomics Facility – John Coller (microarray@stanford.edu)
High-throughput sequencing (Illumina), library generation, microarrays (Affymetrix, Agilent, Illumina), whole-genome sequencing (Illumina), real-time PCR, genotyping, melt, etc.; sample prep, DNA & RNA extraction, plasmic prep, NanoString

UCLA Technology Center for Genomics & Bioinformatics – Xinmin Li (xinminli@mednet.ucla.edu)
Fully automated, high-throughput genomic facility equipped with all major next generation sequencing and microarray platforms

UCLA Neuroscience Genomics Core – Joe DeYoung (jdeyoung@icnn.ucla.edu)
Currently operating an Illumina BeadLab 1000 high throughput SNP genotyping system (iScan), a Sequenom MassArray Compact mass spec and and two Illumina HiSeq 2500 next generation sequencing instruments

UCLA High Throughput Screening – Suhua Feng (sfeng@mcdb.ucla.edu)

UCSF Gladstone Genomics Core – Nathasha Carli (genomics-lab@gladstone.ucsf.edu)
The mission of the Gladstone Genomics Core is to provide genome-wide analysis for clients interested in gene expression, regulation of gene expression, and genome sequence and variation. The primary forms of genome-wide analysis are the Affymetrix GeneChip microarray, Illumina MiSeq next generation sequencing, and Fluidigm Realtime PCR technologies. In addition to providing experimental expertise for performing microarray and high-throughput DNA sequencing, the staff provides advice and consultation on experimental design, and general analysis approaches for microarray and high-throughput DNA sequencing-based research.  

Genomics