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  • Available in open source the proceedings of the 2012 5th International Advanced Research Workshop on In Silico Oncology and Cancer Investigation

    The workshop took place in Athens on the 22-23 October 2012. The event was technically co-sponsored by IEEE-EMBS and funded by the European Commission through the Transatlantic TUMOR Project in the Framework of the Virtual Physiological Human (VPH) Initiative.
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  • Physiology and the revolution in Evolutionary Biology

    The President of the VPH Institute, Denis Noble, has recently delivered a lecture to a large Congress in China with the title Physiology and Evolution. The video is available.
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  • VPH Institute position statement on animal experimentation

    Can we use computer simulations to replace (at least partially) animal experiments? The answer is YES! We believe that the principles of virtual modelling technologies provided by the VPH can be applied to animal experimentation and help reducing the number of animals used.
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  • Extension deadline abstracts ICCB2013

    The ICCB2013 abstract submission deadline has been extended: >>> DEADLINE: Thursday January 31, 2013
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  • DISCIPULUS: A Productive Day; More to Follow in the New Year

    Towards the end of the Second Consultation Meeting, a lot of material from the scientific and technical challenge break-out session had been generated from which the Digital Patient Roadmap could be built. There was a final plenary session in which this rich resource for the roadmap was reviewed.
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  • DISCIPULUS: How Were These Topics Discussed on the Day?

    Following opening addresses by the PI of DISCIPULUS (Dr Vanessa Diaz) and the Facilitator of the Meeting (Isabelle Read), each clinical challenge was presented by a clinician who was a recognised expert on the condition underlining the challenge.
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