Modeling and Simulation Tools: From Systems Biology to Systems Medicine
Modeling is an integral component of modern biology. In this chapter we look into the role of the model, as it pertains to Systems Medicine, and the software that is required to instantiate and run it. We do this by comparing the development, implementation, and characteristics of tools that have been developed to work with two divergent methodologies: Systems Biology and Pharmacometrics. From the Systems Biology perspective we consider the concept of “Software as a Medical Device” and what this may imply for the migration of research-oriented, simulation software into the domain of human health.
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