Maxwell Lewis Neal
Provides forum for extensive interactive research discussions. Format is round table with short presentations and long facilitated discussion amongst students and core BHI faculty. Both students and faculty present. Topics primarily research focused (ongoing and proposed research.), but also journal articles, current topics of debate, and other. Credit/no-credit only. Offered: AWSp.
A grand challenge for biomedical computing is to develop a complete simulation of a human being. In this seminar we focus on one aspect of this challenge, namely, how informatics, ontologies and quantitative biosimulation can be integrated to provide clinically useful mathematical models. Relevant topic areas include the collection, storage and integration of patient data, the clinical application of quantitative models, model formats and interoperability, and the visualization of model structure and output.
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