Department of Computational Biomedicine aims to develop/apply computational methods to process and analyze high-throughput biomedical data in order to improve the screen, diagnosis and treatment of complex diseases.
• Build large-scale biomedical databases (i.e., omics and clinical data) to support biomedical research and facilitate clinical applications.
• Integrate multi-level biomedical data using mathematical and computational approaches to better understand the molecular mechanism behind disease development and drug activities.
• Apply state-of-the-art computational methods on biomedical problems to reveal underlying mechanisms as well as to support translational biomedical research.
• Develop novel computational methods and tools to improve the state-of-the-art solutions to biomedical problems.
• Focus on diseases (e.g., diabetes, cardiovascular diseases and cancers) and pharmacogenomics (e.g., adverse drug reaction) to develop clinical decision support systems.
Operation: Duc-Hau Le
(Associate Professor, Thuyloi University, Vietnam - PhD, University of Ulsan, Republic of Korea)
Assoc. Prof Ly Le
(Associate Professor, International University, Vietnam - PhD, University of Utah, USA)
PhD. Nam Sy Vo
(PhD, University of Memphis, USA)
PhD. Tran Ngoc Nguyen
(PhD, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, USA)
PhD. Duong Thuy Nguyen
(PhD, University of Greifswald, Germany)
Mai Hoang Tran
Nguyen Duy Hoang
Ha Trang Thi Tran
Toan Dang Dao
Minh Ngoc Tran
Tuan Thanh Nguyen
The Hung Tran Nguyen