Two winners for the Best VPHi Thesis Award in In silico Medicine

Jan Bruse (University College London) and Francesc Levrero Florencio (University of Edinburgh) have been both selected as winner of Best VPHi Thesis Award in In silico Medicine

The winners of the Best VPHi Thesis Award in In silico Medicine were announced at the gala dinner of the VPH conference in Zaragoza. The goal of this initiative was to reward individuals for outstanding achievements during their PhD thesis based on:

  • Capacity or knowledge gap
  • Methodological Approach
  • Research outputs
  • International integration

After having evaluated the received contributions, the award committee decided to split the award and assign it to two very deserving candidates:

  • Jan Bruse - University College of London, for the thesis titled "Shape and function in congenital heart disease: a translational study using image, statistical and computational analyses"; Primary Supervisor: Silvia Schievano 
  • Francesc Levrero FlorencioSchool of Engineering - The University of Edinburgh, for the thesis titled " Multiscale modelling of trabecular bone - From micro to macroscale", Primary Supervisor: Dr Pankaj Pankaj.

The VPHi wishes to congratulate with both of them for the outstanding contribution! Their work will be also presented in one of the upcoming webinars of the VPHi Keynote webinar series as an additional opportunity to further disseminate their results to the community at large.

Many compliments to both Jan and Francesc!

Date: 17/09/2018 | Tag: | News: 834 of 1589
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