Inaugural Editorial: Editorial about the Founding of Medinformatics


  • Hao Lin School of Life Science and Technology, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China



The convergence of biology and artificial intelligence represents a paradigm shift in scientific exploration. The integration of AI into the study of omics—genomics, proteomics, transcriptomics, metabolomics, and beyond—has revolutionized our ability to decipher the complexities of biological systems. From predictive modeling of gene structures to the elucidation of protein interactions, from the analysis of transcriptomic profiles to the exploration of epigenetic landscapes, AI has become an indispensable tool in the biologist's toolkit. In this journal that focuses on the integration of information and life medicine, we embark on countless journeys of artificial intelligence applications in biomedical fields, focusing on the application of omics analysis in analyzing biological processes or disease occurrence and development. In addition, this journal also focuses on the forefront of interdisciplinary research, with a particular focus on the knowledge and methods of artificial intelligence, mathematics, physics, and other disciplines to solve biomedical problems, enhancing our rational understanding of life and disease. As we founded this magazine, we invited researchers, scholars, and practitioners from different backgrounds to publish cutting-edge biomedical informatics research or join our editorial board. Let us explore the frontiers of knowledge, push the boundaries of innovation, and together, forge a brighter future for biomedical science.




How to Cite

Lin, H. (2024). Inaugural Editorial: Editorial about the Founding of Medinformatics. Medinformatics, 1(1), 1.