The Human Digital Twin Summer School Barcelona

The Human Digital Twin Summer School Barcelona will be held on June 3-7, 2024, and will focus on Models and Simulation in Translational Research.  The Human Digital Twin Barcelona Summer School series is co-organized by BCN MedTech at the Department of Information and Communication Technologies, Universitat Pompeu Fabra (UPF) and by the Barcelona International Summer School (BISS), with the collaboration of the UPF department of Medicine and Life Science and the QUAES Foundation. It provides junior engineers, early researchers and medical doctors with an integrative view of state-of-the-art research for in silico medicine, following a […]

Disc4All 4th Winter School, Leuven, Belgium

The Winter School is a cornerstone event in Disc4All calendar, bringing together experts and enthusiasts in the field of in silico medicine. This year, we are focusing on the following topics: Business Strategy: Exploring market trends, stakeholder analyses, funding opportunities, leadership and the intricacies of due diligence. Clinical Outreach: Engaging healthcare providers and discussing the implications and potential of our work. Models and Simulation in Medicine: Delving into risk management, liability issues, and the 3Rs (Replace, Reduce, Refine). Translational Research: Bridging gaps between medicine, in silico practices, and regulatory frameworks.

Prof. Jerome Noailly, UPF will be one of the ESBiomech Prespective Talk Speakers!

We are very glad to deliver a talk on ¨Computational Systems Mechanobiology To Explore Important Endotypes In Non-Communicable Disorders¨!

Disc4All Focussed Advanced Training Event

The Disc4All focussed advanced training event will take place in the Rochester, USA in December 2023. It will host expert keynotes by worldwide leading researchers. It will include a selection of Disc4All research presentations given by the ESRs and their supervisors. It will also host a practical workshop on genomics in the RIT Genomics Research Lab, contextualized by Prof Karin Wuertz-Kozak.

Marie Sklodowska Curie actions

The European innovative training networks (ITN) aim to train a new generation of researchers in their early stages who are creative, enterprising and innovative, capable of dealing with the challenges of the future and turn knowledge and ideas into products and services with an economic and a social benefit. ITN programmes within the framework of the European Commission’s Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions support joint competitive programmes for training in research or joint doctorates. These programmes will be implemented by partnerships of universities, research centres, businesses, SMEs and other stakeholders in Europe and the rest of the world.