Integrating large-scale computer modelling with experimental studies to understand the mechanisms that underlie re-entrant arrhythmia and fibrillation in the heart.
Developing anatomically- and biophysically- based computational models of the pulmonary system.
Creating a model for accurate analysis of stress in all components of the human knee, which can then be used for diagnostic evaluation and surgical treatment purposes.
Developing mathematical models to describe the electrical and magnetic activity of the gastrointestinal system.
Using mathematical modelling to improve our understanding of the dynamics involved in the pathogen-host system.
Develop an anatomically based and biophysically accurate integrated model of the eye to assit clinicans in the diagnosis of disease.