• 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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  • 3rd VPH study group on VPH Toolkit

    The third VPH NoE study group (SG3) was held in Barcelona from 7th – 11th May. The event, organised by the University of Sheffield, Super Computing Solutions, Istituto Ortopedico Rizzoli, and Universitat Pompeu Fabra, took place on the Universitat Pompeu Fabra premises the week after the IEEE International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging (ISBI 2012).
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  • DISCIPULUS: The need for Clinical Scenarios

    One of the main activities for the final roadmap will be to produce examples of future use of Digital Patient technologies in clinical practise.
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    The DISCIPULUS team have produced a short video aimed at promoting the Digital Patient initiative.
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  • Congratulations to the 2012 EMBS Award Recipients

    Peter Hunter, one of the current VPH Institute Directors, has been awarded for the EMBS Academic Career Achievement! All our congratulations!
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