The Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG) is a multidisciplinary research centre focusing on biomedicine. The CRG is one of 25 Spanish research centres of excellence awarded with a highly-competitive ‘Severo Ochoa’ grant and holds the HRS4R Excellence seal of the European Commission.
The «Centro Nacional de Análisis Genómico» (CNAG-CRG) is integrated with the CRG. The CNAG-CRG is a non-profit organization founded in 2009 and funded by the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness and the Catalan Government through the Economy and Knowledge Department and the Health Department. CNAG-CRG has a staff of 80, more than half holding PhD degrees and more than half are women. Competitive grants and contractual research with the private sector provide additional funds. CNAG-CRG is situated within the «Parc Científic de Barcelona», one of the largest research clusters in Life Sciences in Southern Europe. Its mission is to carry out large-scale projects in DNA sequence analysis for the improvement of quality of life in collaboration with the European and International Research Community. CNAG-CRG together with the COS (Centre for Omic Sciences) in Reus is the Infrastructure for Omics Technologies (IOT), a part of the Infraestructuras Científico-Técnicas Singulares (ICTS) of the Spanish government through the Spanish Ministry of Science, Innovation and Universities.
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