Medical decision-making, complex systems, biophysics
Dr. Mihelic's research interests involve the biological complexity that originates in the quantum mechanics of the DNA molecule, especially with respect to complex decision-making in multi- agent complex adaptive systems. Dr. Mihelic holds a patent on a multi-agent complexity-related decision-making algorithm (US 8,170,965) that has potential applications in big data analysis, distributed computing, artificial intelligence, enterprise architecture, and biologically-related systems. He has developed a theoretical model of how the DNA molecule functions as a quantum logic processor, and through that model he has predicted and experimentally demonstrated entanglement-based non-local communication between separated cell cultures at biological temperatures. Dr. Mihelic currently is planning research to explore the role of DNA quantum entanglement and decoherence in cancer.
Loyola University of Chicago
Montgomery Family Practice Residency Program, University of Alabama at Birmingham authorized, Montgomery, Alabama
Politicization of medical decision making. American Journal of Disaster Medicine. 2019 Summer;14(3):155.
Mihelic FM. Implications of the quantum DNA model for information sciences. Presented at Disruptive Technologies in Information Sciences V; 2021 Apr 12-16; Virtual.
Mihelic FM. Magnetic vector potential manipulation of Majorana fermions in DNA quantum logic. Presented at Quantum Information Science, Sensing, and Computation XIII meeting; 2021 Apr 12-16; Virtual.
Mihelic FM. Adaptation of complex systems through entropy reduction. Presented at 4th International Conference for Systems and Complexity Sciences for Health (Invited Lecture); 2019 Apr 4-5; Knoxville, TN.
Mihelic FM. Correlated depolarizations between separated neuronal stem cell cultures and the quantum DNA model. Presented at Neuroscience Network of East Tennessee, Spring Brown-Bag Seminar Series (Invited Lecture); 2019 Mar 28; Knoxville, TN.
Mihelic FM. Experimental evidence supportive of the quantum DNA model. Presented at SPIE Defense and Commercial Sensing: Quantum Information Science, Sensing, and Computation XI (Invited Lecture); 2019 Apr 14-18; Baltimore, MD.Top
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