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Biomedical Computing

Biomedical computing combines the diagnostic and investigative aspects of biology and medical science with the power and problem-solving capabilities of modern computing. Computers are used to accelerate research learning, simulate patient behavior and visualize complex biological models.


chris

Chris Johnson

Inverse Problems
Computational Electrophysiology
rob

Rob MacLeod

Inverse Problems
Computational Electrophysiology
jeff

Jeff Weiss

Computational Biomechanics
orly

Orly Alter

Computational Biology

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Chris Butson

Neuromodulation
Deep Brain Simulation
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS)

     

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Publications in Biomedical Computing:




Nonuniform Spatial Mesh Adaption Using a Posteriori Error Estimate: Applications to Forward and Inverse Problems
C.R. Johnson, R.S. MacLeod. In Adaptive Methods for Partial Differential Equations, Vol. 14, Edited by J.E. Flaherty and M.S. Shephard, Elsevier, pp. 311--326. 1992.



Computer Models for Calculating Transthoracic Current Flow
C.R. Johnson, R.S. MacLeod. In IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society 13th Annual International Conference, IEEE Press, pp. 768--769. 1991.



Construction of an Inhomogeneous Model of the Human Torso for Use in Computational Electrocardiography
R.S. MacLeod, C.R. Johnson, P.R. Ershler. In IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society 13th Annual International Conference, IEEE Press, pp. 688--689. 1991.



Electrical Activation of the Heart: Computational Studies of the Forward and Inverse Problems in Electrocardiography
C.R. Johnson, A.E. Pollard. In Computer Assisted Analysis and Modeling, MIT Press, pp. 583--628. 1990.