The Functional Genomics Core was established to provide researchers with genetic tools, including shRNA, ORF and CRISPR for studying and annotating gene functions in cell-based assays. In addition, the FGC personnel are also available to provide research support for investigators who are interested in genetic screens. Learn more.
To request our services, please login your iLab account using your MD Anderson username and password and request our services through the MD Anderson Cancer Center Functional Genomics Core.
The Functional Genomics Core (FGC) was established to promote our basic research and to enhance translational research and drug discovery at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. Since its inception, the core facility has provided services to more than 200 PIs in around 60 departments at MD Anderson. The FGC has facilitated more than 320 publications.
Please use the following text when acknowledging the core: "The Functional Genomics Core was supported in part by The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center and P30CA016672."
Go to the Acknowledgment page to see guidelines on whether the efforts of core personnel merit authorship.
6565 MD Anderson Blvd, Room Z11.4015
Houston, TX 77030
Yutong Sun, Ph.D.
Co-director, Functional Genomics Core
Associate Professor, Molecular and Cellular Oncology