The NIH/NIGMS
Center for Integrative Biomedical Computing

The NIH/NIGMS Center for Integrative Biomedical Computing

The Center for Integrative Biomedical Computing (CIBC) is dedicated to producing open-source software tools for biomedical image-based modeling, biomedical simulation and estimation, and the visualization of biomedical data. The Center works closely with software users and collaborators in a range of scientific domains to produce user-optimized tools and provides advice, technical support, workshops, and education to enhance user success. Biological projects and collaborations drive our development efforts, all with a single unifying vision: to develop the role of image-based modeling and analysis in biomedical science and clinical practice.

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A one stop shop for all innovative technology resources supported by the NIGMS and NIBIB, categorized, updated, and maintained by participating centers.

Upcoming Events

International Society for Computerized Electrocardiology (ISCE) 2019, April 10-14, 2019 in Atlantic Beach, FL.

Functional Imaging and Modeling of the Heart
 Conference with ECG Imaging Satellite meeting.

Computing in Cardiology Conference, Sept. 8-11, 2019 in Singapore. 

CIBC Software Suite

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Summer Course on Image-Based Biomedical Modeling


CIBC Highlights

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SCI Head Model Now Available

The SCI Institute is excited to announce the release of the SCI Institute's female head and brain model data repository and pipeline. The dataset and corresponding publication can be found here. Read more
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3D Virtual Simulation Gets to the ‘Heart’ of Irregular Heartbeats

Researchers have successfully performed 3D personalized virtual simulations of the heart A 3-D virtual heart. Credit: Johns Hopkins University Read more
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Machine learning could improve how doctors diagnose heart attacks

Wilson Good, Brian ZengerArticle originally appears in VenturebeatYou're working in your house, going about your normal routine when suddenly the pain hits. Your chest starts to throb and your left arm begins to ache. Without hesitation, you rush to the… Read more


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