Welcome to the Section of Computational Biomedicine

Our Labs

CBM research laboratories focus on developing new computational approaches to linking high-dimensional genomic datasets to human phenotypes across the specialty areas of internal medicine

Education Opportunities

Our section serves to train graduate students, post doctorates and clinicians in the application of computational and molecular approaches to clinical studies.

CBM News

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Detection of dementia on voice recordings using deep learning: a Framingham Heart Study

(Source: BMC Alzheimer's Research and Therapy) New publication from Chonghua Xue, Bioinformatics Analyst and Dr. Vijaya Kolachalama, Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Section of Computational Biomedicine. See below for a brief summary and click the link to read the whole article. Background Identification of reliable, affordable, and easy-to-use strategies for detection of dementia is […]

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Researchers develop machine learning methods to accurately identify, characterize metabolism-disrupting chemicals

Source: EurekAlert! Chemicals in your furniture, plastic housewares and pesticides used in your yard may be making  you fat, according to Boston University Schools of Medicine and Public Health researchers. A growing number of environmental pollutants (organotins in pesticides, phthalates in plastics, flame retardants in furniture) activate fat-forming pathways and enhance weight gain through white-fat […]

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