Professor of Surgery at University of Pittsburgh
Dr. Vodovotz's research interests include the biology of acute inflammation in shock states, chronic inflammatory diseases, wound healing, malaria, and restenosis. His work utilizes mathematical modeling to unify and gain insight into the biological interactions that characterize these inflammatory conditions. As the Director of the Center for Inflammation and Regenerative Modeling (CIRM) at the University of Pittsburgh’s McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine, he has been involved in the mathematical modeling of acute inflammatory states (e.g. septic or hemorrhagic shock, wound healing), including cellular and physiological elements, as part of a large, interdisciplinary collaborative team. He is also a co-founder of Immunetrics, Inc., a company that is commercializing this mathematical modeling work.
Visit website: https://www.immunology.pitt.edu/person/yoram-vodovotz-phd
See also: University of Pittsburgh - Public state-related research university
Yoram Vodovotz News
in silico model of inflammatory response to traumatic injury
Medical Xpress - 11-May-2015
Simulates multiple factors that interact with each other in complex diseases. Multiple markers o...Read more...