NYU Virtual Patient seminar series

This is a fall seminar series on Research Toward the Virtual Patient, sponsored by the NYU Office of the Senior Vice Provost for Research. Talks are jointly hosted by the Courant Institute and the School of Medicine, and alternate between these two venues.

The Virtual Patient (VP) is an initiative that uses simulation and modeling of the patient, and of the interface between doctor and patient, to help bridge the gap between medical research and clinical practice. VP research occupies interesting territory already being explored by physicians, computer scientists, psychologists, biologists, physicists, mathematicians, educators and others. The purpose of the series is to establish common research goals and areas of concentration within the university and to foster collaborations that will advance research into these areas.

October 27 seminar:

November 10 seminar:

November 17 seminar:

March 10 seminar: