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Team 196: An UberCloud Experiment for the Living Heart Project

LHPTeam 196 cloud experiment and case study about “Development and Calibration of Cardiac Simulator to Study Drug Toxicity” was collaboratively performed by Stanford University, SIMULIA, and UberCloud, hosted in an UberCloud software container on the Advania Cloud in Iceland, and sponsored generously by Hewlett Packard Enterprise. It is related to the development of a Living Heart Model (LHM) that encompasses advanced electrophysiological modeling. The end goal is to create a bi-ventricular finite element model to be used to study drug-induced arrhythmogenic risk. A computational model that is able to assess the response of new compounds rapidly and inexpensively is of great interest for pharmaceutical companies. Such tool would increase the number of successful drugs that reach the market, while decreasing its cost and time to develop. The case study can be found HERE.

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