Computer Modelling and Simulation refers to the process of constructing and manipulating computer-based mathematical, graphical or algorithmic representations of real-life systems or phenomena, for the purpose of conducting computer-based simulations to study, predict or optimise the behaviour of the system(s) / phenomena under consideration. The complexities of modern biomedicine are rapidly increasing. Thus, modeling and simulation have become increasingly important as a strategy to understand and predict the trajectory of pathophysiology, disease genesis, and disease spread in support of clinical and policy decisions.
Computer simulation models have many important applications:
Assessment of pre-operative optimisation bundle in patients with inflammatory bowel disease
Objective assessment of the optimization outcomes is one of the most challenging research questions. This project is based on literature review, construction, testing and validation of computer simulation models to assess the outcome.
These models will combine blood investigations, daily monitoring charts and digitally collected patient-reported outcome measures.
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Investigation of the efficiency of post-operative recovery in elderly patients admitted to the hospital
Our elderly patients’ population is growing. The recovery of those patients take time and it is difficult to assess. Many healthcare, economic and legal decisions are built on assessment of recovery.
The project will create models to combine blood investigations, daily monitoring charts, digitally collected patient-reported outcome measures and clinical assessments.
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Where are standing now and where we are heading to?
We are the stage of building the background knowledge, establish partnerships and raise funds to researchers and research equipment.