IBM Computers to Support Cardiovascular Bioinformatics Project at Johns Hopkins | GenomeWeb

A Shared University Research (SUR) award from IBM will help researchers at Johns Hopkins University add a finer-grained level of detail to a decade-old computational modeling project. The university’s new Center for Cardiovascular Bioinformatics and Modeling will use IBM hardware and software technology to merge gene expression and proteomics data with its existing portfolio of cell-, tissue-, and organ-level simulations of diseased and healthy hearts.

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