In his presentation on "Untangling the complexity of ageing", Prof Tom Kirkwood (Newcastle University) stresses the importance of developing virtual, systems biology approaches to address what it means to virtually grow old.
Artificial intelligence as an in silico tool for breast cancer survivors
The article outlines part of the analysis and modelling work related to Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Statistics led by the
In Silico Oncology and In Silico Medicine Group in Athens, as part of the BOUNCE action.
A computational model simulates the clinical evolution of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
This is the first result of the project INSPIRE, funded by the Spanish Ministry of the Economy and Competitiveness, and aims to create advanced computational models to improve the early detection of COPD.
Webinars on Personalised in silico Cardiology (PIC)
The EU PIC Consortium has released 10 webinars on a number of cardiac modeling related topics, spanning from biomedical signals and imaging to medical devices and therapies.
VPHi Executive Director Prof Lies Geris attends the "Strategies for Innovation in Life Science" event
On 3 December 2019, Prof Lies Geris contributed to the roundtable hosted at the European Parliament in Brussels aimed at defining concrete steps for a transition to animal-free science.