Subject: VPH Newsletter: October 2019

The European Research and Innovation days was a three-day event in Brussels, during which researchers, academics, businesses, decision-makers and parliament representatives from Europe and beyond took part in a co-design process to shape the priorities and strategic plan for the first four years of Horizon Europe, due to start in 2021.
EFPIA recently published a call for an industrial strategy for Europe that can drive Europe’s health and growth and realise the region’s potential to be a world leader in medical innovation.
The Commission is launching a selection procedure to appoint the Civil Society representatives to the Pediatric Committee (PDCO) of the European Medicines Agency (EMA), in Amsterdam.
The European Commission has announced the winners of the first Horizon Impact Award, a prize dedicated to EU-funded projects that have created societal impact across Europe and beyond.
Today the VPHi opens the call for bids to host the VPH2022 conference. Interested organisations should submit their proposal by February 28th, 2020.
Pre-clinical results recently published in Science Translational Medicine demonstrate that valve remodeling can be successfully guided towards native-like form and function via computationally optimizing the valve design
Prof Marco Viceconti’s research team at the University of Bologna has launched an online Community of Practice where experts from academia, industry, and regulatory agencies can request and exchange advices on the technical details on in silico medicine technologies and their regulatory qualification.
Kalostasis is an interactive installation enacting the unseen flow of the heart. Kalostasis was recently showcased in London in occasion of the London Design Festival from 14 to 22 of September 2019.
Submit your inputs until 30 November
Application deadline 30 Nov 2019
A first assessment of the candidates will be performed at the beginning of November 2019
All the talks given during the last VPH Summer School (Barcelona 10 to 14 June 2019) have been recorded and the videos have now been made available also for the ones who could not physically attend the events. 
- Next VPHi Keynote webinar with Prof Paul Macklin, Indiana University
24 January 2020 - save the date! More news to come
13 - 16 Jan 2020, Sheffield - UK 
1 - 5 Nov 2019, Okinawa - Japan 
12 - 15 July 2020, Milan - Italy - Submission deadline 31 Jan 2020
26 - 28 August 2019, Paris - France - Save the date!
"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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