As experts in omics studies, we are interested in helping you to make most of your valuable resources. Whether this means advising on study design, bringing your research from samples to results, providing training, optimising your experiment, devising new statistical models, writing new or adapting existing (open source) software, or helping you select, deploy or maintain your computational infrastructure.
PolyOmica is specialised in providing expertise in human omics studies, statistical and computational biology. We are excited about helping our clients to find efficient solutions to complex problems emerging in the fields of biomedicine and biotechnology. Depending on the nature of the problem, we help our clients by training their staff, providing advice on organisational, technical, and computational infrastructure, optimal design of experiments and analyses, quality control, signal and data processing, development of statistical methods and software implementation thereof. We are interested in contracts for R&D in a wide range of the emerging biological data-related problems. In the field of our core expertise – statistical and computational omics – we also provide a range of services, such as education, training, standard analyses, software adaptation and Linux system administration. In this area, our company actively collaborates with many European academic centres and SMEs and is currently participating in two EU FP7-HEALTH funded projects.
Science lies at the heart of PolyOmica. For example, we are currently involved in two omics-related EU FP7 projects. For private customers we offer various solutions ranging from “you bring the samples, we will report the findings” to advice on how improve their experiments or analyses.
Thinking about setting up a new compute cluster for your omics analysis? Having trouble keeping your Linux systems up to date? Let us help! We have several years of experience in design and maintenance of small to medium sized compute/storage clusters for research use.
It is not uncommon that people spend millions of euros on experimental, functional, and clinical follow-up of some findings only to discover that they are chasing false-positives which resulted from e.g. a bug in the statistical quality control procedure. And we all know that having original work published in Science or Nature does not guarantee that reported results are reproducible. We can help you with establishing reproducible research pipelines or with a ‘scientific audit’ before you invest follow-up of some previous (external) work.
Improving people's skills and knowledge is one of our biggest passions. Omics? Statistics? Programming skills? Reproducible research? Linux? We teach it!
In any bigger research project, leadership faces a number of questions related to its (strategic) organisation. With more than a decade of experience in organising research in a wide range of settings, we are there to help you to achieve your goals.