Subject: VPH newsletter: May 2015

 May 2015          Monthly newsletter of the Virtual Physiological Human 
Building policy recognition for VPH research
An overview of the important achievements of the Policy Affairs Working Group of the Institute.
POLICY NEWS



VPH/CAAT and EAMBES to put forward common position on Stop Vivisection Campaign Read more
Cuts to Horizon 2020 will go ahead Read more
Horizon 2020 and CEF still to be cut Read more
Protected Research Areas Read more
EU to form science panel to replace chief scientific advisor Read more
VPH COMMUNITY

"The integration of evolutionary biology with physiological science"
VPHi President, Prof Denis Noble 
and Michael Joyner in a great conversation at EB2015 - Boston. Watch the video!
New Standards in Biotechnology
A new working group for data processing and integration in biotechnology has been set up by the International Organization for Standardization, ISO. Interested scientists are invited to participate. Read more
Chic Summer School 2015: registration now open Read more
What happened at eHealth Week 2015? Read more
VPH-DARE@IT recently released the Citizen portal on dementia Read more
IOR releases Bonemat - a freeware that maps on FE mesh bone elastic properties from CT images. 
Check it out! Read more
JOB OPPORTUNITIES

Internship opportunity 
in Biostats​ 
at Novadiscovery
______ Avicenna news ______

Final Draft of the Avicenna Roadmap Released
The full document is now available and open for comments until 10 Aug 2015. Read more
Event 5 Agenda Finalised
The speakers and speech titles for Avicenna Event 5 have been confirmed, and the agenda made public. Read more
Avicenna Invited to Innovations in Healthcare Conference 2015
Avicenna will be presenting at the Innovations in Healthcare Conference 2015.  Read more
Big data for personalised healthcare
Avicenna members’ highly ranked paper. Read more
VPH EVENTS
§ Conference 'Innovative Financing Opportunities for Active & Healthy Ageing'
3 June, Brussels
§ Avicenna event 5
4-5 June, Barcelona
25-27 November 2015, Vilnius
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