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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
  • CompBioMed e-seminar #19

    CompBioMed’s 19th e-seminar will take place on 9 November 2021 at 2pm CET and it will focus on Biomedical Supercomputing Applications In the first part of the talk, we will…

  • CompBioMed e-Seminar #18

    CompBioMed’s 18th e-seminar took place on 6 October 2021 High Performance Containers Containers are a convenient means of encapsulating complex software environments, but can this convenience be realised for parallel…

  • Research Fellow in Virtual Human Cardiovascular Modelling & Simulation at the Emerging Exascale

    Supervisor: Professor P. V. Coveney Closing date: 26 April 2021 We are recruiting for a candidate to join a very active inter-disciplinary group in the Centre for Computational Science and…

  • CompBioMed joins the LEXIS project Open Call

    The CompBioMed Centre of Excellence has joined the Open Call of the project LEXIS, which commenced their further collaboration. Thanks to the LEXIS platform CompBioMed will move data more effectively…

  • Scalability post – HemeLB

    Each week on the InSilico World and CompBioMed Slack Scalability channel one of our research group outlines the work that they have done to scale their codes. We are happy that…

  • Scalability Post – Palabos

    Each week on the InSilico World and CompBioMed Slack Scalability channel one of our research group outlines the work that they have done to scale their codes. We are happy that…

  • Uncertainty in CovidSim epidemic simulation

    CovidSim, the model used to inform the UK Government’s response to the pandemic has been analyzed by researchers at UCL, Brunel University, the CWI institute in the Netherlands, the Poznan…

  • Scalability Post – Alya

    Each week on the InSilico World and CompBioMed Slack Scalability channel one of our research group outlines the work that they have done to scale their codes. We are happy that…

  • UCL and Sheffield demystify HPC for Biomedical Researchers – winning praise at SC’20

    More than 350 people attended the virtual presentation at Supercomputing 2020 featuring the work done in remote training in the QIIME2 application by consortia members, UCL and the University of…

  • The Royal Society’s Interface Focus, CompBioMed Conference 2019 Themed Issue – Part II

    We are delighted to announce that Computational Biomedicine. Part II: Organs and Systems of a two-part Theme Issue resulting from papers originally submitted to the CompBioMed Conference 2019 has now…