Natallia Kokash

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Projects: ApiNATOMY

Practice, research and training in bio-medicine generate considerable amounts of clinical and scientific resources in the form of electronic data and computational models. A significant proportion of such resources carries information that cross-references to anatomical structures. We target to provide interactive software tools for effective graphical presentation of structured information. We are working on a customizable model for uniform representation of graphs of entities and relationships. Using our modeling languages and GUIs, a user will be able to specify views, templates, and transformations of ontology trees and relationships among their elements. The appropriate layout for the structured information is defined by customized templates and/or using constraint-solving techniques.

My contribution

  • Open physiology - a set of open source tools to enable retrieval, comparison and re-use of computational models of physiology and related experimantal data.
  • Lyph-based graph viewer - a WebGL-based demo of ApiNATOMY kidney lobus model
  • Force-directed multi-scale map of brain regions - An interactive prototype that shows a map of brain regions respecting their adjacency constrains. Click on a tile to expand it. Some regions contain internal structure which is shown when the tile is expanded.