Request bioinformatics analysis plan
Each sample type and each data type require own carefully designed analysis plan. To be able to provide you a plan of potential analysis and to give you time and cost estimate, we would need some further information about your experiments. Complete the form below and our bioinformatics team will contact you shorlty to explain what can get done and how long it would take to get your data transformed into meaningful results together with our experience bioinformatics team. We want to ensure you can get your research forward.
By completing the form you do not commit to anything and the initial discussions with our bioinformatics expert are also absolutely free of charge.
I have worked more than 10 years in the industry helping companies and academic research groups solve their bioinformatics challenges, and I am looking forward to helping you as well!
Already have a project in mind? Request a free analysis plan from bioinformatics expert!
Once you complete the form, we will provide you:
- Free of charge professional meeting with our bioinformatics experts
Our expert will to go through your data and your needs for free of charge without any commitments in a 30-60min Zoom meeting.
- You learn from our bioinformaticians
The best way to understand what can be done is to meet with bioinformatics expert and learn about the analysis possibilities
When you work with us, you provide us with the data and we provide you with:
- Data analysis design
We plan a bioinformatics workflow to match your data and research questions
- Publication-grade deliverables
Figures, tables and method descriptions are presented and discussed in teleconferences and formatted for a publication
- Detailed project report
We provide a stand-alone document to enable understanding and publishing the findings even later on
- Manuscript review
Once your manuscript is nearing submission, we review and edit the bioinformatics sections for correctness
- Help with reviewer comments
We help you answer any bioinformatics-related questions or comments reviewers may have