More than 25 faculty and students presented their research and shared computational techniques.
Telemedicine check-ups can deliver quality specialized care to individuals in remote locations and generate economic benefit.
Research faculty members, grant administrators, postdoctoral appointees, and graduate students are encouraged to register.
While testing an Alzheimer’s drug, URMC researchers are also helping create an electronic data network to enhance NY’s biotechnology sector.
The University’s Health Sciences Center for Computational Innovation will receive $5M in state aid and incentives.
Medical Center researchers plan on using the University’s latest supercomputer to develop a model of the whole human heart.