Solving today's clinical problems requires large teams of investigators with complimentary training and skills. The Center for Computational Diagnostics was designed to allow physicians and scientists from different disciplines, such as biology, chemistry, computer engineering, and mathematics, to work together to solve difficult clinical problems. Investigators at the Center for Computational Diagnostics integratehigh throughput methodologies into translational research by a 3-pronged approach:
- High throughput biospecimen banking
- Generation of large high quality datasets
- Development of data management and analysis methodology
Our main clinical focus is to identify new approaches for the diagnosis and treatment of children with cancer, blood disease, heart disease, diabetes and inflammatory bowel disease, and adults with glaucoma and heart disease.