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  • Computational Systems Biology for Complex Human Disease: from static to dynamic representations of disease mechanisms

    When: 21/04/2024 - 26/04/2024 | Where: Hinxton, England
    Interactive training for functional analysis and interpretation of disease data using computational modelling tools
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  • VITM2024 Virtual Imaging Trials in Medicine

    When: 22/04/2024 - 24/04/2024 | Where: Duke University, Durham, NC
    Hosted at Duke University, this summit will gather leading experts, researchers, and practitioners in medical imaging and therapy using in silico virtual trials and digital twins in medicine.
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  • FDA/CRCG Workshop: Considerations and Potential Regulatory Applications for a Model Master File

    When: 02/05/2024 - 03/05/2024 | Where: The Universities at Shady Grove; Rockville, MD and Online
    The event is organized by CDER (Center for Drug Evaluation and Research) and the discussion will be of some interest to the combination products & medical device communities as reliance on in silico tools (including AI and physics-based modeling) increases.
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  • 9th Conference on Systems Biology of Mammalian Cells SBMC 2024

    When: 13/05/2024 - 15/05/2024 | Where: Leipzig, Germany
    “Translating Systems Medicine into the clinics”
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  • The First International Symposium for Digital Twins in Healthcare

    When: 16/05/2024 - 17/05/2024 | Where: Ayia Napa, Cyprus
    First International Symposium on Digital Twins in Healthcare, taking place in Ayia Napa, Cyprus on May 16-17, 2024
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  • What can computer simulation contribute to the development of new medical devices or drugs?

    When: 30/05/2024 - 31/05/2024 | Where: Paris, France
    Immersive experience in cardiac in silico trials on 30 & 31 May 2024 at PariSanté Campus to explore the SimCardioTest in silico trials platform
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