The ‘Research Centre on Computational Biomarkers (RCCBm)’ was established on January 2020 on Bern, Switzerland.
The center activities, will be focused on studying human biomarkers. The Center’s activities are focused on studying human biomarkers, especially those enabled in neurodegeneration, while the future aims of precision medicine will be based on personalised measurements of specific human biomarkers. The aim is to establish new diagnostic algorithms providing a precise diagnostic or even prognostic profile for individuals.
The Research Centre on Computational Biomarkers – RCCBm aims to provide precision medicine based on personalized measurements of specific biomarkers. RCCBm embraces several scientific fields such as Data Mining, Modeling, Bioinformatics, Neuroinformatics, High‐performance computing and Computational Mathematics in Biology. RCCBm focuses on upgrading available sources of biological data in order to contribute to the generation of innovative models.
- Improved patient care though the integration of data and scientific expertise.
- Enhanced interdisciplinary research.
- Transfer knowledge for the benefit of society.
RCCBm will engage in collaboration opportunities with health organizations, hospitals and pharmaceutical companies, in order to gather and evaluate clinical date at a large scale. The center will encompass tools from Applied Mathematics, Data Mining, Modeling, Biophysics, Biochemistry, Bioinformatics, Neuroinformatics, High‐performance computing and Computational Mathematics in Biology.
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