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eBriefing

Improving Clinical Medicine with Computational Approaches

Improving Clinical Medicine with Computational Approaches
Reported by
Benjamin Ragen

Posted June 26, 2020

Presented By

The New York Academy of Sciences

The huge advances in computer technology and computational methods has transformed all fields of science, including medicine. In this eBriefing, experts discuss how Big Data, AI, and novel computational approaches have enabled doctors and scientists to make huge improvements in our ability to diagnose and treat a variety of diseases.

In this eBriefing, You’ll Learn:  

  • How the use of Big Data and Artificial Intelligence informs diagnosis and treatment for various medical conditions;
  • How the application of genomics in cancers can aid in targeted treatment approaches;
  • How mathematical modeling of cancer evolution can optimize anti-cancer treatments, as evidenced by pre-clinical trials designed to improve radiation for glioblastomas;
  • The next steps to using computational advances to improve healthcare.
Computational Approaches to Clinical Medicine