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The Shanghai Institute for Clinical Bioinformatics (SICB)

The Shanghai Institute for Clinical Bioinformatics (SICB) is a non-profitable, research-based organization authorized by Shanghai Municipal Commission of Health and Family Planning. SICB is the first organization in the nation to integrate evidence-based approaches in bioinformatics and computational medicine, including data integration, methodologies, tools and models, for clinical and translational medicine. SICB is a global collaborative platform where genetic, biological and medical information can be applied to the development of personalized healthcare, medication and therapies for human.  Main missions of SICB include 1) to integrate and standardize the hospital system of medical/clinical informatics; 2) to supervise and assist the scientific design of clinical investigations on genomics, proteomics, epigenesist, and others; 3) to further mine and analyse data and outcomes of omics-based clinical studies; and 4) to develop and translate genomics medicine into new strategies of diagnostics and therapies . SICB is one of pioneer organizations to focus on clinical bioinformatics, systems medicine, and human-based databases, and a prime center for education, research and development of human-based and clinical-evidenced bioinformatics.

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