Gene Expression and Analyses Service. Our purpose is to provide existing members the Nutrition and Obesity Research Center and researchers at the University of Colorado Anschutz Campus with a consolidated workflow for the management, processing, and biological interpretation of unbiased RNA sequencing gene expression data.

Basics of the Service. We process high resolution RNA sequencing data (FastQ) and implement state-of-the-art computational and bioinformatics methods to supply the end user with statistically significant genes, annotated gene lists, canonical pathways, putative upstream regulators, disease states, gene interaction networks, and biological meaning specific to their research question.

Previous Experience. Drs. Rudolph and Jones (previous director of the Bioinformatics Core for the Cancer Center (2012-2017) have nearly two decades each of global mRNA expression analysis experience. We have a well-established and comprehensive pipeline to quantify significant and meaningful gene expression changes present in your RNA sequencing experiments.

For more information or to schedule a brief project consultation, contact:

Michael Rudolph, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor | Division of Endocrinology, Metabolism, Diabetes
Associate Director of the NORC Metabolic and Cellular Analysis Core
Center for Women’s Health Research

University of Colorado Denver
Mail Stop F-8305; RC1 North
12800 E. 19th Avenue P18-5107
Aurora, CO 80045-2537

email: michael.rudolph@ucdenver.edu