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Virtual Humans: Helping Facilitate Breakthroughs in Medicine. Ram D. Sriram (organizer); Ramesh Jain (co-organizer); Donald Henson (co-organizer) email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com. Levels of Biological Information. Ecologies Societies/Populations Individuals Organs Tissues
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Virtual Humans: Helping Facilitate Breakthroughs in Medicine Ram D. Sriram (organizer); Ramesh Jain (co-organizer); Donald Henson (co-organizer) firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
Levels of Biological Information Ecologies Societies/Populations Individuals Organs Tissues Cells Protein and gene networks Protein interaction networks Protein mRNA DNA Courtesy: Hood
Virtual Humans: Symposium Goal To discuss current state of the art and future directions in computer-based modeling of humans as a hierarchy of systems and how these computational models are aiding new discoveries in medicine.
Levels of Biological Information Nadia M. Thalmann Christian Jacob Ecologies Societies/Populations Individuals Organs Tissues Cells Protein and gene networks Protein interaction networks Protein mRNA DNA Peter Coveney Terry Stewart Vijay Chandru P4 Medicine Wellness Quantified Disease Demystified Leroy Hood Courtesy: Hood
Agenda Leroy Hood, Institute of Systems Biology, U.S. 1:40pm-2:10pm Systems Medicine: Reactive to Proactive Transformation of Clinical Care Vijay Chandru, Strand Life Sciences, INDIA 2:10pm - 2:35pm Virtual Liver: Towards Drug Discovery Using In Silico Biological Pathways Terrence Stewart, University of Waterloo, CANADA 2:35pm – 3:00pm Whole-Brain Simulation for Modeling Neural Disorders and Diseases Break: 3:00pm - 3:10pm Peter V. Coveney, University College, UK 3:10pm - 3:35pm Computational Biomedicine: Towards the Virtual Human Nadia M. Thalmann, Univ. Geneva, SWITZERLAND & NTU, SINGAPORE 3:35pm - 4pm Predicting Hip Deformations Through Computer Modeling and Simulation Christian Jacob, University of Calgary, CANADA 4:00pm - 4:25pm Bringing Interactive Anatomy and Physiology into the Classroom