The CBSM promotes the formation of highly qualified researchers to generate new knowledge in the fields of Structural Biology, Genomics, Computational Physical Chemistry and Computing, in a multidisciplinary environment rich in the basics of science and the potential technology scopes.
In addition, it promotes scientific collaboration with institutions outside the University at the national and international level in the area of bioinformatics, organizing activities on academic and applied research.
1. Development of algorithmic solutions to problems.
2. Electronic microscopy.
3. Characterization of therapeutic targets through bioinformatics tools.