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Computational Biology and Health Informatics

The Computational Biology & Health Informatics Theme engages in biomedical and healthcare research through the development of innovative computational approaches such as multiscale modelling and simulation, medical image and signal analysis, semantics-driven technologies and software verification. Our research aims at improving the diagnosis and understanding of disease as well as the safety and efficacy of therapies. Cardiovascular, lung, bone and cancer diseases are all investigated in our Theme. The research builds on strong collaborations with clinicians, hospitals, industry and regulators in Oxford and other world-leading centres.

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Activities

Bioinformatics group The primary contact for work on bioinformatics within the Department …

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Computational Biology group The Computational Biology Group, led by Professor David Gavaghan, is …

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Projects

OxMedIS We have automated organ segmentation through the use of a novel automated labelling appro…

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CompBioMed To advance the role of computationally based modelling and simulation within biomedicine.

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Publications

The Cardiac Electrophysiology Web Lab

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Uncertainty and variability in models of the cardiac action potential: can we build trustworthy models?

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Research