The Center for Genome Research was instituted in 2008 to brings together the competencies and skills, in genomics of researchers from four departments of the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia.
CGR is organized into two operational units providing accredited services and specialized work groups supporting administrative, marketing and quality activities. Each operating unit is coordinated by a unit manager.
The scientific production of the Center has grown over time since its establishment. In the last 5 years the CGR’s researchers have published 74 papers with a total IF of 763.973 and an average IF of 9.017
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