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An interview with Prof. Marco Viceconti

He is one the greatest experts on in silico medicine worldwide and one of the key figures in the in silico medicine international community. Marco Viceconti is full professor of Computational Biomechanics at the Alma Mater Studiorum – University of Bologna, and Director of the Medical Technology Lab of the Rizzoli Orthopaedic Institute. He is visiting professor at the University of Sheffield, UK, where he founded and led for seven years the prestigious Insigneo Institute for in silico Medicine.   Prof … Read More

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How to accelerate the uptake of simulation in healthcare

In Silico World is one of the three Horizon 2020 funded projects InSilicoTrials Technologies is part of. We are in a consortium of 17 international partners, coordinated by the University of Bologna, that will receive €7.6 million funds by the European Commission to develop 11 in silico trials solutions leveraging state-of-the-art computational technologies to … Read More

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Brainteaser is a EU-funded project to innovate healthcare

Brainteaser is a EU-funded project to innovate healthcare. The Covid-19 pandemic has shown, amongst other things, that cutting-edge technology can innovate healthcare in many ways: first of all, by speeding up the very long process of creating new vaccines and treatments. … Read More

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Simulation to help fight cardiovascular disease

Simulation to help fight cardiovascular disease

Simulation to help fight cardiovascular disease. As we all know, cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the leading cause of death worldwide, with 18 million deaths each year according to WHO estimates. Currently, 15 million people in Europe live with heart failure. You can see why we were so … Read More

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An interview with Prof. Javier Saiz

We met Javier Saiz – Professor of Biomedical Engineering at the Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain – who led the research group that created the computational model which is at the core of our QT/TdP Risk Screen product, available on our cloud-based platform. Our objective was to … Read More

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An interview with Prof. Stefano Severi

  We met Stefano Severi – Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering department of Electronics, Computer Science and Systems of the University of Bologna, Italy – who created a computational model which is at the core of STrhiPS: a web-based tool that helps perform in … Read More

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How to accelerate safety and performance assessments of 3D-printed PPE at POC

New simulation standards can accelerate safety and performance assessments of 3D-printed personal protective equipment (PPE), especially during global emergencies: this was the starting point of our participation in the ASTM Workshop on Fast-Tracking Standards Development to Address PPR Shortages due … Read More

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Towards Good Simulation Practice

During the 2020 Avicenna Day, many experts from all over the world talking about the need for Good Simulation Practice, a term coined by the Avicenna Alliance taking inspiration from the Good Clinical Practice typical of the clinical world to … Read More

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3 ways in which in silico trials can help CROs innovate and grow their business

3 ways in which in silico trials can help CROs innovate and grow their business. The contract research organization market is on the rise. CROs have proven essential to providing support to the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device industries. In … Read More

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STrhiPS: a new web-based tool that helps perform in silico trials on populations of hiPS cells

STrhiPS: a new web-based tool that helps perform in silico trials on populations of hiPS cells. A few weeks ago we presented a poster at the SPS Annual Meeting and we received immediately a lot of attention. We were pleased, … Read More

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