Mathematical Modeling, Simulation and Analysis Program Area
The modeling portion of this program supports mathematical models and computational
algorithms with potential clinical or biomedical applications, including multi-scale
modeling, modeling at or above the cellular level, and modeling at subcellular level
to support technology development in other program areas related to the NIBIB mission.
Research includes mathematical, statistical, transport, network, population, mechanical,
electrical and electronic models applied to a broad range of biomedical fields.
Dr. Peng chairs the Interagency Modeling and Analysis Group
The simulation portion of this program supports the development of simulation technology
for training and education in clinical practice and biomedical research, and simulation
algorithms for understanding and prediction of health and disease.
The analysis portion of this program supports the development of mathematical, statistical
and signal processing methods for the analysis of complex biomedical systems, clinical
diagnosis and patient monitoring.
Relevant Funding Opportunities
Relevant Study Sections
Modeling and Analysis of Biological Systems (MABS)
Biomedical Computing and Health Informatics (BCHI)
Computational Modeling and Sciences for Biomedical and Clinical Applications (SBIB)
A complete listing of review groups and study sections can be found at the Center
for Scientific Review (http://cms.csr.nih.gov/PeerReviewMeetings/).
Program staff recommend that principal investigators include a cover letter listing
areas of scientific expertise needed to review the application and how the expertise
should be balanced (please do not include names), or potential study section assignments.
Questions may be directed to the program director mentioned above.
Last Updated On 12/16/2011