Welcome to CCSB@PVAMU

The Center for Computational Systems Biology at the Prairie View A&M University (CCSB@PVAMU) was established in 2017, by a funding from the Texas A&M University Systems Chancellor’s Research Initiative (CRI) to become a nationally recognized computational systems biology research center.

As a newly established center, we are rapidly developing research programs to study 1) biomedical questions of high translational significance and impact and 2) challenging questions in plant and agricultural science, utilizing various genomics and computational tools. The center aims to achieve:

  • Recruitment of high-quality faculty and research scientists
  • Promoting interdisciplinary research across Roy G. Perry College of Engineering, College of Agriculture and Human Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences, and other research centers/labs within PVAMU campus
  • Development of active collaboration with leading biomedical research institutes as well as bioinformatics research centers
  • Development of training programs for bioinformatics and computational systems biology at both the undergraduate and the graduate levels.