Biological and life sciences
The medical and life sciences now have the ability to conduct science using huge data sets.
There is a wide variety of uses and applications which include:
- extracting information from data sets without compromising privacy and confidentiality
- interpreting large data sets into reliable and understandable mathematical models
- genome mapping
- MRI scanning
- drug trialling
- maintaining public health records
- modelling protein structures.
With our research we can:
- support analysis of data
- discover relationships between properties
- build models of systems
- protect patient privacy
- address issues of handling, storage and access of data.
We work with the:
- Systems Immunity Research Institute to identify specific big data challenges and find solutions to provide ground-breaking progress into understanding immunity
- Neuroscience and Mental Health Research Institute in helping to build mathematical models from diverse data sets
- Schools of Engineering and Medicine who diagnose dementia using a range of digital tools and data which we can help improve the speed and reliability of.