Biomedical Data Sciences and Systems Biology

Tackling complex challenges in human health requires the systematic analysis of molecular, cellular, and multi-cellular processes in a quantitative framework. Rich datasets emerge from the development and application of cutting-edge experimental methods that deeply interrogate cell-tissue-organ physiology. Integration of these big data can only be achieved through predictive computational models that are scalable, flexible, and quantitatively rigorous.


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BME Primary Faculty in this Area

Joint Faculty in Biomedical Data Sciences and Systems Biology

Kristen Naegle

"I am very excited to be part of a department whose faculty members routinely use data- and computationally driven approaches to gain insight into biological problems. This is relatively unusual."

Kristen Naegle joined the department in Fall 2018

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