About this Research Topic
Traditionally, physiology research has been conducted in laboratories, where experiments frequently necessitate the imposition of repetitive impacts on an organic system. Recently, deep learning has been presented as a research tool in solving problems in human physiology, potentially reducing the number of invasive measurements and anticipating pathologic processes which are not discovered by traditional testing. However, the effectiveness of deep learning in human physiology has yet to be demonstrated. Researchers are invited to submit work on recent advances in the area of physiology based on deep learning techniques. This Research Topic will feature a compilation of research and review articles emphasizing significant findings in the field of human physiology. Potential topics include, but are not limited to:
• Deep learning-based models for human physiological system
• Deep learning applications in exercise physiology, pre-and post-operative diagnostics
neurology, and hematology
• Knowledge engineering in human physiology
• Deep learning for epigenetics and future medical applications
• Recurrent neural network (RNN) developments for human physiology
Topic Editor Yubing Shi is receiving a research grant from Alibaba Cloud. All other Topic Editors declare no competing interests with regards to the Research Topic subject.
Keywords: Human Physiology, Deep Learning, Digital Physiology, Physiology, RNN for human physiology
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