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  • DISCIPULUS: Finding Effective Ways to Engage the Public

    How do we develop the public agenda? An important aspect of building the roadmap for the digital patient is engaging the public.
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  • PhD in Computational Bioengineering - University of Sheffield

    Sheffield University is advertising a PhD position in Computational Bioengineering whose challenge is to deploy personalised Virtual Physiological Human Models in clinical practice. The deadline for application is August 31st, 2012.
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  • Contributors for DISCIPULUS wiki on Cardiomyopathy

    We are currently looking for clinical scenarios for VPH technology on the Cardiomyopathy page of our DISCIPULUS wiki.
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  • MySpine: Patient Specific Spinal treatments simulations

    MySpine project (ICT-2009.5.3 VPH) aims to create a clinical predictive tool that will help to determine the best treatment for low back pain by providing clinicians with patient-specific biomechanical and mechanobiological analysis. For more information you can now watch the video!
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  • VPH Institute supporting members for 2012/13

    The list of the new supporting members for the upcoming year has now been finalized. From September these institutions will officially own a seat in the Board of Directors of the Institute and will have a fundamental role in driving the Institute policy.
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  • EUDAT: Toward a Pan-European Collaborative Data Infrastructure

    EUDAT is a project that will deliver a Collaborative Data Infrastructure (CDI) with the capacity and capability for meeting future researchers’ needs in a sustainable way. This is a timely and important project, as we face the challenges of massive expansion in the volume of data being generated and preserved and in the complexity of that data and the systems required to provide access to it.
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