Special Issue "Current Trends and Developments in Bioinformatics and Statistical Research from a Biomedical Aspect"
A special issue of BioMedInformatics (ISSN 2673-7426).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 July 2022) | Viewed by 33023
In the past decade, the advancement of next-generation sequencing technologies has produced a large number of different types of omics data, such as genomics, transcriptomics, radiomics, metabolomics, epigenomics, etc. More systematic ways to collect and store health and disease information from patients can also accumulate tons of informatics. The characterization of diseases, as well as patients, has never been so detailed. For example, the development of radiomics can extract far more disease information that is not visible to doctors.
The information explosion in the biomedical area makes it possible to provide tailored treatment to each patient instead of treating them as an average, which is the core value of precision medicine. At the same time, it has brought many challenges in the mining, processing, integrating, and further modelling of large-scale data from different levels of patients.
In order for biomedical data to be manipulated appropriately, and for physicians and researchers to have a rule of thumb to follow, Biomedinformatics introduces this Special Issue. We encourage contributions to the development and applications of bioinformatics and statistical methods in the context of biomedicine. Original studies, as well as insightful reviews, are very welcome to be published under this Special Issue.
Dr. Qian Du
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- genome and sequence analysis
- machine learning and artificial intelligence in bioinformatics
- clinical informatics
- statistical genetics
- computational bio-modeling
- computational pharmacology