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Virtual Human Research Seminar

Winter 2008

MEBI 591B / CSE 590R

Wed. at 3:30 PM in room E-216 of the UW Health Sciences Building MAP

Description:

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.

Next meeting

March 5: John Gennari and Dan Cook
Semantic tools for the physiome: Sharing multiscale/multidomain biosimulation models

Schedule

January 16th: Dr. Jeff Zavaleta and Maxwell Neal
Patient-specific models for cardiac output estimation in the ICU.

January 24: Andrew Sims
The Dynameomics data warehouse.

January 30: Michal Galdzicki and Casey Overby
Tools to support biological simulation modeling: Virtual Cell, Jarnac, Jsim, and Matlab

Feb 6: Stephen Hawley
Adaptive Time-Scale Decomposition for Multiscale Systems

Feb 13: No class

Feb 20: Frank Bergmann
SBML: Towards the Semantic Web and Modularity

Feb 27: Mark Minie and Jim Brinkley
Brainstorming the Virtual ME

March 5: John Gennari and Dan Cook
Semantic tools for the physiome: Sharing multiscale/multidomain biosimulation models

March 12: Onard Mejino and Marianne Shaw
TBA