Comprehensive genomics services for research scientists and clinicians

The Integrated Genomics Laboratory, or IGL, is home to shared technology resources and support services for structural and functional genomics studies at OHSU.  The IGL consists of three service centers:

Under the IGL structure, core leadership and staff are able to provide efficient, coordinated support to OHSU investigators from nucleic acid extraction to data generation and - with designated institutional support – to invest time in strategic resource development and a robust infrastructure.

The Integrated Genomics Lab is located on the 5th floor of Richard Jones Hall on OHSU's Marquam Hill campus.

Integrated Genomics Laboratory staff

IGL Staff
Integrated Genomics Laboratory staff - 2019


Facilitate research at OHSU by providing technologies, services, and expertise for genome-wide and targeted RNA and DNA analysis offered through a coordinated pipeline of services which can be accessed at whatever point researcher requires

Integrated Genomics Laboratory Workflow Diagram
Investigators can enter this workflow at any stage for consultation, sample input, extraction, quality analysis, sample preparation, genomic assays, and data preparation and quality control (shown above).

News and upcoming events

Please see the Winter 2022 Integrated Genomics Laboratory Newsletter  for updates on holiday hours, new equipment, core operations, and more!

Past events

October 25, 2022: IGL Single Cell and Spatial Transcriptomic Workshop

Information and technical planning support for single cell and spatial transcriptomics studies at OHSU. 

OHSU Speakers: Aude Chiot, PhD & Jonathan Nelson, PhD

    June 2, 2022: Symposium on Approaches on Single-Cell Analysis 

    May 24th, 2022: Portland Multiomics Discovery Symposium

    Symposium to learn how Chromium single cell and Visium spatial solutions from 10x Genomics can help you push the boundaries of your research. 

    Wednesday, May 19th, 2021: NanoString nCounter® Webinar

    Overview of nCounter® technology, panels, customization options, and services available through the Gene Profiling Shared Resource.  See this webinar and more in the Assays of Interest section on the GPSR website.

    December 2nd, 2021 OCTRI Research Forum: Power and Sample Size 101