The Computational Biomedicine Research Hub
Computational methods are useful research tools for multiple biomedical research fields. Computational biomedicine involves image analysis, genomics, mathematical modeling, systems biology, data analysis, computational healthcare, electronic healthcare record analysis and more.
The goal of the computational biomedicine research hub is to provide a platform for the exchange of ideas and tools in biomedical research, host seminars, promote collaborations, develop curricula for graduate and undergraduate studies, and improve relevant infrastructure.
Members of the hub range from practicing physicians to basic scientists, and study diverse fields, such as neuroscience, microbiology, metabolism, immunology, genetics, epigenetics and evolution.
Current members of the hub include Profs. Asaf Helman, Itamar Simon, Ora Furman, Hanah Margalit, Shai Rosenberg, Ben Berman, Dina Ben-Yehuda, and Drs. Josh Goldberg, Danny Ben-Zvi, Moran Yassour, Shai Carmi, Sheera Adar, Yoram Ben-Shaul, Yuval Tabach, Oren Parnas, Yotam Drier and Shai Sabbah,