The JP Sulzberger Columbia Genome Center is a specialized environment for conducting high-throughput biomedical research. Our experienced faculty and research technicians utilize a variety of state-of-the-art genomic platforms to generate high-quality genomic data and to support its analysis.

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Erin Bush Receives CP&S Officer of Research Award
A staff associate in the Department of Systems Biology and Columbia Genome Center, Erin helped develop a low cost, high throughout RNA-sequencing technology that allows researchers to screen drugs for genetic effects.
Department of Systems Biology Opens New Biotechnology Development Hub
The new space will promote the design of new experimental methods for studying biological systems, and enable an expansion of the Columbia Genome Center's next-generation sequencing capabilities.

Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center


The JP Sulzberger Columbia Genome Center facilities are co-shared with Columbia University's Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center.

Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust

Helmsley Charitable Trust

The Columbia Genome Center’s High-Throughput Screening facility receives funding from the Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust.

National Cancer Institute

The Genome Center receives NCI funding through the Genomics Shared Resource of the NCI-designated Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center.

Illumina Certified Provider

We are an Illumina CSPro Certified Service Provider, dedicated to ensuring the delivery of the highest-quality data available for genetic analysis applications.



The Columbia Genome Center is the official shared facility for high-throughput screening and chemistry for NYSTEM, the New York State foundation for stem cell research.