About ABCCThe National Cancer Institute's supercomputing facility is a fully integrated, high performance, high capacity, scientific computing resource for biomedical research. The ABCC is located at the NCI-Frederick campus in Frederick, MD. Organizationally identified as the Advanced Biomedical Computing Center (ABCC), the facility provides state-of-the-art computing support and technology to the scientists of the National Cancer Institute (NCI), National Institutes of Health (NIH), other federal agencies, and extramural biomedical researchers.
Mission StatementThe Advanced Biomedical Computing Center (ABCC) provides a state-of-the-art high performance, high capacity computing environment for the solution of data intensive computational biological problems. The ABCC offers a broad spectrum of computer architectures, software packages, and consulting expertise in many areas of biological research. The ABCC provides HPC support, collaborative research, training, and conducts in-house research in various areas of computational biology and biomedical reasearch. The overall mission of the ABCC is to provide cutting edge tools to (NCI)/ (NIH) scientists, other federal agencies, and extramural biomedical researchers.
ABCC Information/User AccountsFor more information on obtaining an account, technical support of training seminars, contact the ABCC Helpdesk at
(301) 846-5555 or email@example.com.
ABCC System Status
Training: Introduction to GenomatixSuite
When: April 2-3, 2008 (Two day training class)
Time: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Class Limit: 15 seats
Where: Building 430 Conference Room, Ft. Detrick, NCI-Frederick
Level: New users or Users interested in learning Genome Annotation, Knowledge Mining and Sequence Analysis
To Register: http://wwwtest.abcc.ncifcrf.gov/training/train_add.php
Note: If you already have a training login or have taken a class offered by ABCC before, please login to the site and THEN, register for the class.
3D-Database Search using Discovery Studio 1.7
Please note that this feature is available only to scientists from NCI/NIH.