An app designed by post-doc Adam Sadilek sifts through messages on Twitter to predict where infection may occur.
The app is available free of charge and tips are available for licensing in the form of a pocket reference booklet and software package … Read More
Medical Center researchers plan on using the University’s latest supercomputer to develop a model of the whole human heart.
Now available through UR Mobile, Well-U enables employees to access health and wellness resources on the go.
Guodong (Gordon) Gao from the Center for Health Information and Decision Systems at the University of Maryland will discuss the controversies and payoffs associated … Read More
Professor Benjamin Miller, Ph.D., uses high performance computing resources to improve biosensors.