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  • DISCIPULUS Integrating Models: Linking medical imaging and physiological modelling

    One of the pillars of the Digital Patient technologies will be that of "information blending, or fusion". We take a look at what this might mean in practise.
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  • Changes in DG INFSO as of 1st July 2012

    The current Directorate General for Information Society and Media (DG INFSO) will change its name and structure as of 1st July 2012.
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  • The promise and challenge of personalized medicine

    Adriano Henney, Director of the German Virtual Liver Network and upcoming supporting member of the VPH Institute, recently published an opinion paper on the Croatian Medical Journal about the challenges that personalized medicine needs to address to ensure its implementation in a clinical setting.
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  • Healthcare science: A catalyst for delivering a new healthcare system

    The VPH Institute Executive Director, Marco Viceconti, gave a presentation on the VPH during “Healthcare science” a major event for healthcare scientists held in London on Monday 30th April & Tuesday 1st May 2012.
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  • VPH International

    In the past year, Peter Hunter, representative of the supporting member University of Auckland, has been strongly involved in acting as ambassador of the VPH at international level, establishing contacts with other no-profit organisations active in the Virtual Physiological Human. Read the full report.
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  • Board of Directors Meeting, Paris May 24h, 2012

    The VPH Institute Directors recently met in Paris to discuss about the future developments of the Institute. The discussion has been very focused and effective and brought the Board to take some important decisions, which will ensure support and guidance to the VPH Community.
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