Computational Medicine is a discipline in which models of disease are developed, personalized using data from individual patients, and then applied to deliver improved health care. Faculty of The Johns Hopkins University Institute for Computational Medicine pursue research in four focus areas: computational molecular medicine; computational physiological medicine; computational anatomy; and computational healthcare. This talk will present success stories in each of these focus areas of computational medicine, with specific examples in the fields of cancer, cardiology, neurology, and critical care medicine. Challenges that must be confronted to translate computational methods to the clinic, and future research directions, will be discussed.
May 7, 2018
For more details, please refer to The Emerging Discipline of Computational Medicine