The Mouse Genome Informatics consortium (MGI) integrates data from over 40 external resources with hand-curated data from published literature to provide an integrated data resource/website that facilitates the use of the mouse as a model for human disease and biology. My role in MGI is to co-direct, with Joel Richardson, the technical work behind theresource. This includes overseeing the hardware and software architecture and thesoftware/database development for both the back end, where data is loaded/integrated,and the front end website, where data is made available for public researchers. This worksupports most of the MGI programs, including the Mouse Genome Database (MGD) and the Gene Expression Database (GXD).
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