Due to dramatic, multidisciplinary advances in molecular biology and technology, the first complete human genome is available. Advances in genomic technologies have the potential to revolutionize the way health care is practiced; however, computational advances and a new kind of biological information science are required to achieve this potential.
Conducting research at the interface of computational biomedical engineering, prognostics, and diagnostics that combine clinical data with patient-specific genotyping and molecular profiling, has the potential to produce significantly improved choices of therapies for individual patients.
- Biomedical Modeling of Biomolecules
- Computational Biomolecular Engineering
- Computational Simulation of Cardiovascular System
- Medical Decision-Making
- Systems Biology
- Systems Immunology