Subject: VPH Newsletter: Fall 2021

Calls are open for the 2022 VPHi Board of Directors
- In silico medicine is now in the ECDC Regulation!
The amendments to the file adopted by the European Parliament feature computer modeling & simulation, in silico and digital twins technologies for the first time. 
- HaDEA adopts its 2021 annual work programme and announces funding opportunities
Here are the main funding opportunities and outputs expected for the year 2021 per programme which are of relevance to VPHi members.
- Tools and technologies for a healthy society: funding opportunites
Calls for proposals for supporting activities that are contributing to the expected impacts of destination 5 “Unlocking the full potential of new tools, technologies and digital solutions for a healthy society”.
- WHO/Europe releases report on transparency for pharmaceuticals, vaccines, and other health products
Find out the WHO/Europe report, reviewing the transparency measures of markets for medicines, vaccines, and other health products in the WHO European Region.
- BECA Committee discusses the European Health Data Space, including Digital Twins and In Silico
During the 9 September 2021 meeting of the European Parliament’s Special Committee on Beating Cancer (BECA) regarding the European Health Data Space (EHDS), both digital twins and in silico medicine were mentioned by the Commission.
- EMA's white paper: guidelines for the inclusion of digital evidence in regulatory filings in the pharma domain
The Italian Ministry of Health publishes the document "Pathways for the adoption of in silico medicine in Italy"
- General assembly of the UK Chapter of the VPHi
José Manuel García-Aznar joined the VPHi Board of Trustees for 2021
SimCardioTest presentation video
Avicenna Alliance member's only webinar recordings: Towards In-Silico Stroke Trials 
In the literature
- VPHi Keynote webinar recordings: Cartilage tissue engineering and damage mechanics using reactive mixture theory
- VPHi 2021 Best Poster Award winner
During VPH Summer School, the award committee selected Dr. Wahbi El Bouri, from the University of Liverpool as the winner of the "2021 Best VPHi Poster Award". Sincere congratulations Wahbi!
Compbiomed e-Seminar about containers – a convenient means of encapsulating complex software environments
 6 October 2021, Online
EASYM conference on Systems Medicine Approaches to Global Challenges
10 - 12 November 2021, Online
- ICCB2022 International Conference on Computational Bioengineering 
- VPH 2022 Conference
"The Virtual Physiological Human will revolutionise the way health knowledge is produced stored and managed as well as the way in which healthcare is currently delivered."
 European Commission
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