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NHLBI Computational Modeling for Heart, Lung, Blood, and Sleep Biologists: Introductory Courses

Program Description

This T15 program will develop, implement and evaluate short courses to introduce computational modeling to biomedical researchers and clinician-scientists. These courses are expected to promote interdisciplinary research and training by increasing the number of researchers with knowledge and skills to apply both experimental and computational approaches to heart, lung, blood, and sleep research.

The NHLBI Program Officer for the Modeling Short Courses is Jennie Larkin, Ph.D.


Related Websites

Cardiovascular and Respiratory Systems Modeling: From Cell to Organ (September 8-15, 2007)
Summit on Systems Biology 2007 (June 2007)


Program Start and End Date

April 2007 to March 2011


Original Funding Announcement (FOA)

Computational Modeling for Heart, Lung, Blood, and Sleep Biologists: Introductory CoursesRFA-HL-07-002




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