Colleen Clancy

Colleen Clancy

Position Title
Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Personnel, School of Medicine

  • Pharmacology (School of Medicine)

Colleen E. Clancy's research interests include computational approaches to reveal mechanisms of normal and pathological excitability in the heart and nervous system. Key areas of research focus include computational approaches to safety pharmacology, autonomic control of the cardiovascular system, multiscale modeling and simulation, machine learning and interdisciplinary approaches to problem solving. A primary goal of the laboratory is to develop new approaches for integration and understanding of the wealth of experimental and clinical data from the atomistic scales to the cardiac rhythm. The Clancy lab is focused on a key challenge of the current research era: To integrate information in order to understand mechanisms of disease and ultimately to predict and facilitate translation of information into development of therapeutic interventions.

Accepting students per funding availability.

Research Interests & Expertise
  • Computational approaches to reveal mechanisms of excitability in the heart and brain