The Center for Medical Genomics at Indiana University School of Medicine is a state-of-the-art technology center that provides medical scientists with affordable access to high-quality high-throughput genomics services. The center is equipped with a variety of advanced genomics technologies, including next-generation sequencing, single-cell analytics and spatial transcriptomics.
The Center for Medical Genomics at Indiana University School of Medicine was founded by Howard J. Edenberg, PhD, in 2000 with the initial support from the Indiana 21st Century Research and Technology Fund and additional funding from the Indiana Genomics Initiative (INGEN). In 2016, Yunlong Liu, PhD, a professor of medical and molecular genetics, was appointed as the director of the Center for Medical Genomics. With significant investment from IU School of Medicine and as part of the IU School of Medicine Precision Medicine program, the center significantly expanded its sequencing capacity and is currently one of the leading sequencing cores in the Midwest.