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Rob 2012 desk smScientific Computing and Imaging (SCI) Institute faculty member Rob MacLeod has been elected as President of the Board of Directors for the Computing in Cardiology Society for the next three years.
Research with Fluorender highlighted on the NIH Director's Blog.
Posted on July 27, 2017 by Dr. Francis Collins

muscles limbdevelopment g kardonTwice a week, I do an hour of weight training to maintain muscle strength and tone. Millions of Americans do the same, and there's always a lot of attention paid to those upper arm muscles—the biceps and triceps. Less appreciated is another arm muscle that pumps right along during workouts: the brachialis. This muscle—located under the biceps—helps your elbow flex when you are doing all kinds of things, whether curling a 50-pound barbell or just grabbing a bag of groceries or your luggage out of the car.
scix adSCI Institute Technical Exchange (SCI X) was created to strengthen the interactions between the SCI Institute and other academic researchers, and also those companies conducting or wishing to conduct research with the University and inspire them to increase their collaborative efforts in research and new product development. 

SCI X is intended to provide its guests access to unique resources and expertise found within the SCI Institute, creating an expanded relationship between the SCI  Institute and our past, present and future academic and industry collaborators.
for theresaThe University of Utah Neuroscience Initiative recently announced Christopher Butson, PhD, Associate Professor in Bioengineering and the Scientific Computing and Imaging Institute, was awarded funding for his project, "Differentiating Neural Circuits Modulated During Therapeutic Versus Ineffective Deep Brain Stimulation".
Fire2016 PanelAlex Lex, Bei Wang Phillips, and Chris Johnson were chosen to present at the Future in Review Conference held at the Stein Eriksen Lodge in Park City, Utah.

What is Future in Review? Hosted by Mark Anderson, founder and publisher of the Strategic News Service™, the Future in Review® (FiRe) conference exposes world experts and participants to new ideas in a manner that produces an accurate portrait of the future in technology, including the global economy, cloud computing, biology and medical diagnostics, policy, netbooks, space travel, sustainability, and other fields that contribute to technology outcomes. (Strategic News Service and the SNS weekly global report have been accurately predicting the technology industry's future since 1995.)

This year's theme was titled "The Power of Flows."
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