Special Issue "Biomedical Informatics"
A special issue of Informatics (ISSN 2227-9709).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 March 2018
Prof. Dr. Feng Lin
We look forward to original research contributions or review papers in the domain of biomedical informatics. First, works on computational biology and bioinformatics for genomics and proteomics in life sciences are welcome, especially those in the niche areas of single cell data analysis and the next-generation sequencing technology. Secondly, research in in vivo and in vitro cellular imaging, feature detection and classification for clinical decision making are encouraged to be submitted. Thirdly, multi-modal tissue and organ-level imaging, mutual information and image registration methods are looked forward. Finally, novel techniques in all bio-signal processing, such as ECG, EMG and EEG, addressing deep learning algorithms for clinical data analytics are considered in this Special Issue.
Prof. Dr. Feng Lin
Manuscript Submission Information
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- single cell data analysis
- cellular imaging
- multi-modal imaging
- mutual information
- bio-signal processing
- feature detection
- pattern recognition
- machine learning