Research Highlights

Research Highlights

Research Highlights

The New York Times: Where People Are Most Vulnerable to the Delta Variant

With the delta variant continuing to spread, many areas in the U.S. are still at risk for Covid-19 outbreaks. Dr. Bruce Y.

Neuro-modeling Credibility Paper gets 5k views

paper was product of joint work between Computational Neuroscience working group and Committee for Credible Practice of Modeling & Simulation in Health

Enzyme activities predicted by metabolite concentrations and solvent capacity in the cell

Metabolic Control

MSM member, Natalia Trayanova, receives NSF award to address COVID-19 with modeling

Center for Reproducible Biomedical Modeling

The Center for Reproducible Biomedical Modeling is  an NIBIB/NIGMS/NSF funded center to encourage the publication of reproducible models. Studies indicate that the bulk of published peer-reviewed computational models in physiology and systems biology cannot be reproduced from the description in the published pape. Even if the code used in the study is made available it can be dififcult to reproduce the reported findngs.

A social experiment on model sharing in biomechanics

Our research program treats computational models as end-point technologies to realize routine use of simulation for biomechanics research, medical training, and patient care.