Biomedical research and clinical practice rely on complex and multimodality datasets for the characterisation of human organs in health and disease. In computational biomedicine, it is often argued that multiscale computational models are and will be increasingly required as tools for data integration, for probing the established knowledge of physiological systems, and for predictions of the effects of therapies and disease.
But what has computational biomedicine delivered so far?
Blanca Rodriguez from Oxford University will provide examples of different types of successful uses of computational models in cardiac research from basic to translational science. The VPHi student member, Haibo Ni from Manchester University will moderate the session.
This webinar belong to the VPHi keynote webinar series, a quarterly event organised by the VPHi student committee that provides a forum for access to senior community members and their expert competence for chiefly young scientists but also to the VPH community as a whole.