Subject: VPHi: The book "Towards Good Simulation Practice" is now published in open access

Dear VPHi members,
We are delighted to announce that our book “Toward Good Simulation Practice” is now FREELY available on line!

This book is the result of a large collaboration led by the In Silico World consortium, coordinating hundreds of in silico experts around the world. “Towards Good Simulation Practice” is published in open access thanks to the financial support of the VPH Institute and the Avicenna Alliance. We are also grateful to our FDA partner for their thorough review of each chapter and for having provided a foreword to the book. Last but not least, we would like to dedicate a special thanks to the Editors, Marco Viceconti (University of Bologna) and Luca Emili (
InSilicoTrials Technologies) for having driven this important process!

Written in the same spirit as Good Clinical Practice, Good Manufacturing Practice, and other GXP documents, we have no doubt that this important document will quickly become a reference book and an indispensable guide for anyone involved with Computational Modeling and Simulation in Healthcare.

If you're interested to learn more about this publication, you are welcome to attend the meeting of Good Simulation Practice Task (GSP) Force, which is taking place at today at 3 PM CET and it's open to all the Avicenna and VPHi members. 
For your reference, please find here an overview of the activities we have in collaboration with the Avicenna Alliance.

We also warmly encourage you to share this link with your network to maximize accessibility to the quality of its exhaustive content.

Enjoy your reading!
Best regards
VPHi team
In silico medicine will be the future
Virtual Physiological Human Institute for Integrative Biomedical Research (VPH Institute)

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