First of its kind demo where we take HPC code written in CUDA and port it to our under-development Xe-HP based GPU using Intel® oneAPI Base Toolkit, compile with the Intel® DPC++ Compiler, and use it to compute human body calcium regulation analysis. Did you know that calcium is one of the prolific compounds throughout the human body and is important for regulating cell functions in the body, particularly neural functioning in brain and nervous system? Learn how calcium provides a signaling mechanism between cells and how visualizations of the calcium-driven processes help researchers understand the impact and purpose of these signals. Using molecular dynamics codes like NAMD, and the increasing performance of supercomputing systems, and visual analysis packages, like Visual Molecular Dynamics (VMD), with high fidelity ray traced rendering with the Intel® oneAPI Rendering Toolkit’s OSPRay library, scientists and biologists can continue studying these signaling methods and how they might fail or change as a part of disease progression. The visualizations are stunning.