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Departmental News

■ Welcome to Fall 2020 at the CBG!

■ Attend the VIRTUAL Fall 2020 CBG Orientation on Friday, August 21 from 10AM to 12PM online.

■ Congratulations to our Spring 2020 MS in Biotechnology Graduates: Kyle Merry, Daniela Serrano, Yinxue Li, Bruno Ivaldi, Anthony Diehl, Bryson Seekins, Emily Blankenship, Varsha Ravi, and Srinidhi Devarajan.

■ "The Center for Biotechnology and Genomics is very critical for our research because it's a one-stop shop for many applications that we use. They have acquired new tools and new instrumentation that are very critical in doing cutting-edge research." Dr. Naima Moustaid-Moussa, Director, Obesity Research Cluster.

■ Prof. Mechref gave an invited lecture entitled "LC-MS/MS of Labeled Glycan and Glycopeptide Isomers" at the 39th International Symposium and Exhibit on the Separation, Purification and Characterization of Biologically Important Molecules (ISPPP 2019), July 10-12, Baltimore, MD.

■ CBG researchers Masoud Zabet, Parvin Mirzaei, and Xiaoxia Gong presented at the June 2019 ASMS conference in Atlanta, GA.

■ Congratulations to Dr. Chiquito Crasto, winner of the 2018-2019 President’s Leadership Institute award.

■ Prof. Mechref was invited to join the ISPPP scientific committee and to co-Chair the ISPPP 2021 symposium.

Departmental News

■ Welcome to Fall 2020 at the CBG!

■ Attend the VIRTUAL Fall 2020 CBG Orientation on Friday, August 21 from 10AM to 12PM online.

■ Congratulations to our Spring 2020 MS in Biotechnology Graduates: Kyle Merry, Daniela Serrano, Yinxue Li, Bruno Ivaldi, Anthony Diehl, Bryson Seekins, Emily Blankenship, Varsha Ravi, and Srinidhi Devarajan.

■ "The Center for Biotechnology and Genomics is very critical for our research because it's a one-stop shop for many applications that we use. They have acquired new tools and new instrumentation that are very critical in doing cutting-edge research." Dr. Naima Moustaid-Moussa, Director, Obesity Research Cluster.

■ Prof. Mechref gave an invited lecture entitled "LC-MS/MS of Labeled Glycan and Glycopeptide Isomers" at the 39th International Symposium and Exhibit on the Separation, Purification and Characterization of Biologically Important Molecules (ISPPP 2019), July 10-12, Baltimore, MD.

■ CBG researchers Masoud Zabet, Parvin Mirzaei, and Xiaoxia Gong presented at the June 2019 ASMS conference in Atlanta, GA.

■ Congratulations to Dr. Chiquito Crasto, winner of the 2018-2019 President’s Leadership Institute award.

■ Prof. Mechref was invited to join the ISPPP scientific committee and to co-Chair the ISPPP 2021 symposium.

Departmental News

■ Welcome to Fall 2020 at the CBG!

■ Attend the VIRTUAL Fall 2020 CBG Orientation on Friday, August 21 from 10AM to 12PM online.

■ Congratulations to our Spring 2020 MS in Biotechnology Graduates: Kyle Merry, Daniela Serrano, Yinxue Li, Bruno Ivaldi, Anthony Diehl, Bryson Seekins, Emily Blankenship, Varsha Ravi, and Srinidhi Devarajan.

■ "The Center for Biotechnology and Genomics is very critical for our research because it's a one-stop shop for many applications that we use. They have acquired new tools and new instrumentation that are very critical in doing cutting-edge research." Dr. Naima Moustaid-Moussa, Director, Obesity Research Cluster.

■ Prof. Mechref gave an invited lecture entitled "LC-MS/MS of Labeled Glycan and Glycopeptide Isomers" at the 39th International Symposium and Exhibit on the Separation, Purification and Characterization of Biologically Important Molecules (ISPPP 2019), July 10-12, Baltimore, MD.

■ CBG researchers Masoud Zabet, Parvin Mirzaei, and Xiaoxia Gong presented at the June 2019 ASMS conference in Atlanta, GA.

■ Congratulations to Dr. Chiquito Crasto, winner of the 2018-2019 President’s Leadership Institute award.

■ Prof. Mechref was invited to join the ISPPP scientific committee and to co-Chair the ISPPP 2021 symposium.

Departmental News

■ Welcome to Fall 2020 at the CBG!

■ Attend the VIRTUAL Fall 2020 CBG Orientation on Friday, August 21 from 10AM to 12PM online.

■ Congratulations to our Spring 2020 MS in Biotechnology Graduates: Kyle Merry, Daniela Serrano, Yinxue Li, Bruno Ivaldi, Anthony Diehl, Bryson Seekins, Emily Blankenship, Varsha Ravi, and Srinidhi Devarajan.

■ "The Center for Biotechnology and Genomics is very critical for our research because it's a one-stop shop for many applications that we use. They have acquired new tools and new instrumentation that are very critical in doing cutting-edge research." Dr. Naima Moustaid-Moussa, Director, Obesity Research Cluster.

■ Prof. Mechref gave an invited lecture entitled "LC-MS/MS of Labeled Glycan and Glycopeptide Isomers" at the 39th International Symposium and Exhibit on the Separation, Purification and Characterization of Biologically Important Molecules (ISPPP 2019), July 10-12, Baltimore, MD.

■ CBG researchers Masoud Zabet, Parvin Mirzaei, and Xiaoxia Gong presented at the June 2019 ASMS conference in Atlanta, GA.

■ Congratulations to Dr. Chiquito Crasto, winner of the 2018-2019 President’s Leadership Institute award.

■ Prof. Mechref was invited to join the ISPPP scientific committee and to co-Chair the ISPPP 2021 symposium.




Cores

The center has three primary cores through which it provides research support and training.  Click here to learn more about the three core facilities, or download the PDF file of rates.


Graduate Programs

Core courses

MS Programs

  • Life Sciences Track
  • Bioinformatics Track

Joint MS/JD degree

Our Vision

Biotechnology and genomic research is a major focus at Texas Tech University. The Center for Biotechnology & Genomics is designed to capitalize on this strength by facilitating research partnerships between highly productive research teams that extend across departmental boundaries. Strong cooperative ties have been forged with academic institutions, federal laboratories, and companies in Texas and throughout the region. Please download our new brochure that describes our services.


Center for Biotechnology & Genomics