The GRIB is currently organized in nine research groups.
To support the scientific personnel, the GRIB has an IT&Management office.
Ferran Sanz is the Director of GRIB.
Led by Gianni de Fabritiis and devoted to the development and use of modeling and simulation methods to understand biophysical phenomena.
Led by Eduardo Eyras and focused on the development of computational predictive models for the study of RNA biology.
Led by M. Mar Albà and focused on the use of comparative genomics and large-scale data analysis.
Led by Robert Castelo aim at contributing to narrow the gap between sequence and function by developing computational tools.
Led by Jana Selent and focussed on the functionality of G protein coupled receptors (GPCRs) in the context of CNS-related disorders.
Led by Manuel Pastor and focused on development and application of pharmacoinformatic methods in the field of drug Discovery and Development.
Led by Baldo Oliva and dedicated to the analysis and modelling of protein 3D structures, as well as these of macromolecular interactions.
Led by Jordi Mestres and dedicated to the development of computational tools for the systematic identification of active molecules for therapeutically relevant target famílies.