Subject: VPHi - invitation to Avicenna Days 2022

Dear VPHi members,

We would like to invite you the Avicenna Days 2022organised by the Avicenna Alliance, that will take place online on 15 and 16 February 2022 (the event will take place in the mornings Americas’ time and afternoons European time).

The 2022 Avicenna Days will update the entire healthcare community on recent progress and achievements related to the adoption and deployment of in silico methods. They will review the plans to make digital evidences and in silico methods a reality in academic and industrial research, for both regulatory and clinical applications, will also be discussed.

Register online from here 

Programme at glance

Day 1:
  • We will have the privilege to have regulatory, academic and industry leaders to share their vision about the future role of in silico for health care;
  • We will highlight specific task forces having recently reached important milestones;
  • You will learn about the importance of in silico methods, especially for regulatory approval: the success in USA, the progress in Europe and the central role of Research and Technology activities to achieve these goals.
Day 2:
  • A regulatory affairs forum will provide a deep dive for people directly involved in Regulatory Affairs to learn, exchange and debate about the role of in silico methods for regulatory affairs.
  • This forum will focus on regulatory perspective, keeping the technical content to a minimum.

Who should attend? 
Avicenna members AND non-members, especially:
  • Any leader intrigued by the rapid evolution of in silico methods especially for regulatory approval;
  • Any academic or industry researcher who wants to be updated on in silico medical and pharmaceutical innovation;
  • Any scientist and regulatory affairs professional interested in digital evidence and willing to learn more about this trend.

Please forward this message to any colleague or contact who might be interested in learning more about the key role of in silico methods.

Best regards,
VPHi team

In silico medicine will be the future
Virtual Physiological Human Institute for Integrative Biomedical Research (VPH Institute)

Celestijnenlaan 300C, 3001, Heverlee, Belgium
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