Computational Health

UC Noyce Initiative Advances Digital Innovation 

Learning more about women's brains, protecting the grid from cyberattacks, exploring the capacity of quantum computing — these are transformational research projects being pursued because of a new, five-campus, University of California consortium called The UC Noyce Initiative. 

Ann S. Bowers Women's Brain Health Initiative

One area of focus for the UC Noyce Initiative is the Ann S. Bowers Women's Brain Health Initiative. The Ann S. Bowers WBHI advances the study of women's brain health through deeply collaborative science. By integrating research activities across campuses and bringing together world-class expertise in neuroimaging, computer science/AI and healthcare, the University of California is in a unique position to lead these efforts in partnership with institutions around the world. Learn more about the Ann S.