IEEE TBME Letters Special Issue on “Multi-Scale Modeling and Analysis for Computational Biology and Medicine”

IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering (TBME) is pleased to announce its Special Issue of TBME LETTERS on “Multi-scale Modeling and Analysis for Computational Biology and Medicine” scheduled for publication in September/October 2011. omputational modeling and analysis in biology and medicine have received major attention in recent years.

The interdisciplinary efforts developed so far aimed at elucidating structures and functions of living systems with major challenges in computational modeling and analysis to understand, analyze and predict the complex mechanisms of biological systems. Continued research investigations in computational biology and physiology have addressed important issues across many applications spanning from molecular dynamics, biological signaling pathways, cellular biology and communication, tissue mechanobiology, organ function and performance, systemic auto regulation, all the way up to lifestyle and environmental influence responses. Researchers are now beginning to address the grand challenge of multi-scale computational modeling and analysis: effectively capturing biological and physiological interdependencies across multiple observational scales –not only in time and space, but also in physico-chemical modality– and doing so in a computationally efficient manner.

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