With support from Percussionaire Corp based in Sagle, Idaho, the team will test the new Phasitron design. They will compare the pressure and tidal volumes and the net flow entertainment under various lung conditions. They will also explore computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulations of the two Phasitron devices. This project and funding grew from the Pilot Project, Multi Scale Model of Interactions Between Lung and Pulmonary Ventilation.
All-Hands Virtual Poster SessionMay 13, 2020
IMCI is hosting a virtual poster session as part of the GenoPheno All-Hands meeting for the EPSCoR Track-2 project on May 28-29. You are invited to participate. We are asking each presenter to create a 1-minute YouTube video that briefly introduces your research. A link to these “elevator pitch” videos will be included with the […]
University of Idaho Works to Develop Cure for COVID-19April 21, 2020
This press release was written by Leigh Cooper in University of Idaho Communications and Marketing. View the original press release here. See the article published in the Idaho Press here. Dr. Marty Ytreberg is the Associate Director of IMCI. MOSCOW, Idaho — April 20, 2020 —The University of Idaho is working to identify a cure for coronaviruses, […]
Genotypes to PhenotypesJune 26, 2019
On June 17-19, the team working on the RII Track-2 FEC: Using Biophysical Protein Models to Map Genetic Variation to Phenotypes met in Moscow for their 2nd annual All-Hands meeting. This research is a collaborative effort between the University of Idaho, Brown University and the University of Vermont. There are over 60 participants in the […]