Computational and Systems Medicine
Developing a better understanding of human health and disease through top-down systems biology approaches
The Centre for Computational and Systems Medicine (forming part of the Division of Integrative Systems Medicine and Digestive Disease) engages in a wide range of interdisciplinary research aimed at developing a better understanding of human health and disease. Led by Professor Elaine Holmes, the centre brings together collaborative teams of researchers, with diverse expertise including molecular phenotyping, toxicology, computational biology, microbiome profiling and statistical analysis.
Pioneering data-driven techniques
An interdisciplinary research team delivering innovative solutions for healthcare and public health
"Making measurements on patients and modelling them in ways to improve doctors' decision-making about managing the patient pathway, and ultimately improving patient safety. On a day-to-day basis, taking complex patient data and modelling it in unique, interactive ways that allow doctors to make better decisions about patient care."
Professor Jeremy Nicholson
The Division of Computations and Systems Medicine investigates six key research areas.
Find out more about the key investigators and projects in each of these areas.