Principles of Biomedical InformaticsBy
- Ira Kalet, PhD, Department of Radiation Oncology, University of Washington Medical Center, Seattle, USA
Advanced students and faculty in computing, bioinformatics and medical informatics academic programs; software engineers and programmers working in biotechnology, pharmaceutical, and medical records companies, and the medical imaging industry.
Hardbound, 504 Pages
Published: October 2008
Imprint: Academic Press
- Part I Foundations of Biomedical InformaticsChapter 1 Biomedical dataChapter 2 Symbolic Biomedical Knowledge Chapter 3 Probabilistic Biomedical Knowledge Chapter 4 Biomedical Information Access Part II Biomedical Ideas and Computational RealizationsChapter 5 Computing With Genes, Proteins and Cells Chapter 6 Modeling Biological Structure Chapter 7 Drug Interactions Chapter 8 Medical Data Communication Chapter 9 Cancer Radiotherapy Planning Chapter 10 Software Safety and System Security Appendix A Lisp Notes, Software and Other Resources