EMAP: eMouse Atlas Project
My current research interests encompass biomedical atlas frameworks and associated techniques for mapping, visualising and analysing complex spatio-temporal data in the atlas context. This research has led to the development of a series of major online resources used very widely by the biomedical community. These are the Mouse Atlas web-site with the 3D mouse embryo models, eHistology resource and the EMAGE gene-expression database plus some project specific web-resources such as EurExpress and GUDMAP.
|Professor Richard Baldock||Visiting Professor|
Biomedical Atlas, Development, Mouse embryo, anatomy ontology, atlas-based bioinformatics, gene-expression, 3D imaging, spatial mapping, 3D visualisation, biomedical databases
3D image analysis, 3D imaging and reconstruction, very-large image web visualisation, complex 3D transform spatial mapping, high-performance image processing tools, spatial pattern analysis bioinformatics.