It is often said that a picture is worth a thousand words. In the Computational Bioengineering Lab our mathematical/computational models can succinctly describe the a thousand (or more) experimental data points. Recently, there has been an explosion in the volume of biological data being recorded. It is becoming increasingly difficult to interpret these data, particularly if one is interested in combining multiple data sets together to understand the big picture. Computational Bioengineering, with its ability to describe data and concepts in terms of the universal language of mathematics, is gaining recognition as arguably the only viable solution to this problem. Our key focus areas are in Neurogastroenterology & Motility, and Cardiology. We are also focussed on the development of Computational Tools & Techniques to aid us in our work.