Institute for Computational Medicine

Institute for Computational Medicine

We apply computational tools to solve biomedical challenges.
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The Institute for Computational Medicine at NYU Langone Health uses computer models to better understand human disease—and ultimately to transform the way doctors diagnose and treat patients.

Collecting and accessing biomedical data is now faster and easier than ever. Computational tools allow for data integration across vast, complex, and dynamic biological systems, often revealing unexpected hypotheses that would not emerge otherwise.

We focus on the fields of cancer biology, host–pathogen interactions, adaptive immunity, and population health. We recognize that opportunities in these disciplines require expertise in analyzing big data sets and applying principles of developmental and evolutionary systems.

Our scientists teach courses within the Systems and Computational Biomedicine PhD Training Program at NYU Langone’s Sackler Institute of Graduate Biomedical Sciences.

Faculty and Staff

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Openings for Principal Investigators

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