As a shared enterprise of Harvard University, Harvard Catalyst resources are available to all Harvard faculty, regardless of institutional affiliation or academic degree. Harvard Catalyst offers more than a dozen courses and training programs, including genetics and bioinformatics nanocourses. The Harvard Catalyst Core Facilities provide omics related services, including microarray, genotyping, proteomics and bioinformatics.
This deeply collaborative community includes more than 150 faculty and more than 1,500 scientists from across MIT, Harvard, and the Harvard-affiliated hospitals working together to solve the most critical problems in biomedicine. BroadE workshops bring researchers in the extended Broad community together so they can learn from one another. BroadE workshops (the ‘E’ stands for education) offer insights and share hands-on training in breakthrough technologies, high-throughput methods, and computational tools not typically found in conventional research labs.