To enhance our understanding and management of human disease, modern medical research increasingly relies on the analysis of large patient data repositories. The ISCIM Medical Computing Center focuses on phsiological data analysis, statistics and computing in human disease research, and translates research findings into clinical practice.
Topics covered include: computational strategies for personalized medicine, identification of disease types via analysis of electronic medical records, and case studies of complex human diseases.
The ISCIM Medical Computing Center is equipped with advanced numerical simulation methods for modeling and calculating the various parts of human body, ranging from molecules, organs, systems to the whole body, with the intention of building ultimately a holistic healthcare system.
To represent accurately complex physiological systems so that right decisions can be made at all levels, models are designed to analyze attributes of health and disease. For different kinds of customers, from patients to doctors, the ISCIM Medical Computing Center can provide the best strategies, which are based on the most advanced computing capabilities and methods.