• An interesting paper on In Silico Oncology has recently been published in the Scientific Reports of Nature Publishing Group

    Quantifiably differentiating clinical tumours with distinct regression profiles brings the new domain a step closer to its clinical translation
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  • Collaboration agreement between VPHi and the European Society of Biomechanis

    After a long date interaction, the two organisations have recently signed an agreement to put the basis for an even stronger collaboration.
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  • Petition on the role of In Silico Trials

    Almost 400 researchers signed the petition to promote the adoption of In Silico Trials through EMA’s strategy on Regulatory Science to 2025.
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  • Peter Coveney has been elected to membership of the Academia Europaea

    Based on his outstanding achievements as a scientist, the coordinator of the running CompBioMed project, Prof Peter Coveney has been invited to join the Academia Europaea
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  • A new book on Multiscale Mechanobiology in Tissue Engineering

    This book recently published by Springer focuses on the mechanobiological principles in tissue engineering with a particular emphasis on the multiscale aspects of the translation of mechanical forces from bioreactors down to the cellular level.
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  • In silico oncology en route to clinical translation

    The VPHi members, Prof Norbert Graf and Prof Georgios Stamatakos, have joined forces to validate the Nephroblastoma Oncosimulator and design the next critical steps of its clinical translation procedure.
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