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Explore research undertaken in the exciting field of computational and experimental physiology.
This interdisciplinary research group uses function-based computer models of the heart and novel measurement techniques to study electrical activity.
The computational methods group researches and applies various computational methods to biological and medical problems.
Our group aims to improve health in pregnancy and early childhood by providing a better understanding of physiology in the critical developmental period.
We use computational modelling and experimental measurements to develop quantitative descriptions of the movement of matter within the body.
Learn more about our research into heart mechanics and metabolism.
Researchers are looking at developing tools and techniques to improve our understanding of the gastrointestinal system.
We develop anatomically and biophysically based mathematical models of the pulmonary system, from the cellular level through to integrative whole organ function and interaction.
Learn more about our research into the musculoskeletal system – an organ system comprising muscles, bones, cartilage, ligaments, tendons and more.
Discover more about the Physiome Project – a comprehensive framework for modelling the human body.
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