By Cort Johnson in Health Rising.
Travis Craddock heads Dr. Klimas’s biocomputational modeling team at the Institute for Neuroimmune Medicine (INIM) at Nova Southeastern University. This is the team responsible for crunching the hundreds of thousands of data points gathered from Dr. Klimas’s intensive exercise studies into a massive model of how the immune, neuroendocrine and other systems interact in the body.
It’s takes a village – a research group of biocomputational experts – and in this case, a supercomputer. It was this team and their work which Dr. Klimas used to gather some monster Gulf War Illness (GWI) grants and design some novel clinical trials.
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