The Bio-MIBLab partners with two computing industry giants, Hewlett Packard and Microsoft Research, to establish not only a strong computing infrastructure, but also to fulfill long term goals through research collaborations.
The Bio-MIBLab is also part of the Winship Cancer Institute at Emory University Medical School. Together, with multiple committed translational researchers in cancer, neuromedicine, and molecular and genetic biology, the Bio-MIBLab has been able to tackle translational problems such as renal cancer, prostate cancer, breast cancer, ovarian cancer, schizophrenia, and fundamental problems in molecular and genetic biology.
Other research sponsors include: NIH, Georgia Cancer Coalition, Georgia Research Alliance, IBB, and Johnson & Johnson.
for a full list of sponsors and partnerships.