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

Researchers Shed Light on Signaling Pathway Responsible for Head and Neck Cancers

A new study from researchers at Boston University Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine shows how computational approaches can drive important biomedical discoveries. The study aimed to better characterize oral tumor heterogeneity, including aggressive cell subpopulations, and identify candidate vulnerabilities that could be targeted therapeutically. The findings are of timely significance, providing new information about […]

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Centenarians Possess Unique Immunity that Helps them Achieve Exceptional Longevity

Led by researchers from Boston University Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine and Tufts Medical Center, a new study finds centenarians harbor distinct immune cell type composition and activity and possess highly functional immune systems that have successfully adapted to a history of sickness allowing for exceptional longevity. These immune cells may help identify important […]

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