CompBioMed is a European Commission H2020 funded Centre of Excellence focused on the use and development of computational methods for biomedical applications. We have users within academia, industry and clinical environments and are working to train more people in the use of our products and methods. Below you will find links to the user pages, which will give you more information on the work we are doing, relevant to your field, and our services which may provide further information on our work. A great introduction is the Virtual Humans film (link to YouTube) , or through the link in the scrolling banner above.

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Recent Posts

    Application description QIIME (Quantitative Insights Into Microbial Ecology) is a powerful bioinformatic tool widely used in microbiome research. It is designed to analyze and interpret microbial data derived from high-throughput…

  • New book Virtual You stars at major literary festivals

    A recording of the authors of Virtual You at the Hay Festival of Literature & Arts has been released as it has been recommended by the Financial Times as one of…

  • CompBioMed e-Seminar #31

    CompBioMed’s 31st e-seminar took place on 26 July 2023, titled “Assessing the Credibility of Computational Models: Application of the FDA-Endorsed ASME VV-40“. Computational models in the medical field are more…

  • CompBioMed Conference 2023 – Abstract Submission Deadline Extended to 30 June 2023

    Due to popular demand, the abstract submission deadline for CompBioMed Conference 2023 has been extended to 30 June 2023. You can read more and submit abstracts on the conference website.

  • CompBioMed Newsletter Issue 12 – Out Now

    The latest issue of the CompBioMed Newsletter is now available, addressing the upcoming CompBioMed Conference 2023, the book Virtual You, the CompBioMed film Virtual Pandemics, our scalability service, and biomedical…

  • CompBioMed e-Seminar #30

    CompBioMed’s 30th e-seminar took place at at on 22 March 2023, titled “nUCLeus: Creating and Running a Successful Adaptable, Portable HPC Education Environment“. In March of 2020 the UCL and…

  • CompBioMed e-Seminar #29

    CompBioMed’s 29th e-seminar took place at on 18 January 2023, titled “OpenMP in the Exascale Era”. Modern supercomputer nodes now contain more than 100 cores, and often several GPUs. This…

  • UCL-led team wins time on world’s most powerful computer

    A UCL-led team of researchers is to use the world’s first exascale computer to identify a shortlist of potential new drugs for diseases and to better understand how stroke affects…

  • Learning from pangolins and peacocks: Researchers explore next-gen structural materials

    From pangolin scales that can stand up to hard hits to colourful but sturdy peacock feathers, nature can do a lot with a few simple molecules. In a new review…

  • Premiere of CompBioMed Pandemic Film at the Amsterdam EyeMuseum

    CompBioMed will be hosting a free screening at the Amsterdam EyeMuseum from 16:00CET on 2 December 2022. At the event, we will premiere our new film visualising how supercomputers can help…