An app designed by post-doc Adam Sadilek sifts through messages on Twitter to predict where infection may occur.
The University’s Health Sciences Center for Computational Innovation will receive $5M in state aid and incentives.
The app is available free of charge and tips are available for licensing in the form of a pocket reference booklet and software package for hospitals.
The remodel of 40-year-old labs in Hutchison Hall maximizes safety and learning with a focus on collaborative space and state-of-the-art multimedia capabilities.
Medical Center researchers plan on using the University’s latest supercomputer to develop a model of the whole human heart.