Computational Methods, based on human biology, are now reaching maturity in the biomedical domain, rendering predictive models of health and disease increasingly relevant to clinical practice by providing a personalized aspect to treatment. Computer based modelling and simulation is well established in the physical sciences and engineering, where the use of high performance computing (HPC) is now routine. CompBioMed is a user-driven Centre of Excellence in Computational Biomedicine, to nurture and promote the uptake and exploitation of high performance computing within the biomedical modelling community. Our user communities come from academia, industry and clinical practice.
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Scientists from VECMA and CompBioMed analyzed a model that predicts the spread of the corona virus by undertaking an extensive parametric sensitivity analysis and uncertainty quantification of the publicly available code.
CompBioMed, Centre of Excellence in computational bio medicine,
worked together with Janssen Pharmacentica NV to improve the
molecular simulations in drug discovery.
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RT @VECMA4: When machine learning is applied in ignorance of fundamental laws of nature, it is likely to deliver unreliable answers. In our…Read More
Are you interested in better ways to render your biomedical structures? Join our PyMOL e-seminar on 2nd December at 14:00 CET to find out more. It will be given by Dr David Wifling from @LRZ_DE. Regis...Read More
RT @NatureNews: “They ran the simulation correctly: it’s just that they didn’t know how to extract the correct probabilistic description fr…Read More