Subject: VPHi webinar on multiscale exploration of the respiratory system- 12 June 2019

Dear colleagues,
the next webinar of the VPHi Keynote Webinar Series will take place on 12 June 2019 at 18 CET featuring Prof Merryn Tawhai from Auckland Bioengineering Institute. The webinar, organised with the collaboration of Prof Jerome Noailly (UPF), will be broadcasted live during the 4rd VPH Summer School in Barcelona.

Prof Merryn Tawhai graduated from the University of Auckland with a PhD in Engineering Science in 2001. At the Auckland Bioengineering Institute Merryn has established a research programme in applied computational physiology of the lung. She was the inaugural Maurice Paykel Postdoctoral Fellow and has been a recipient of RSNZ Marsden, National Institutes of Health, Health Research Council of New Zealand, and MBIE grants.

Her research is focused on the development of integrative computational models of the pulmonary system and their application in understanding structure-function interactions in normal physiology and in the pathophysiology of pulmonary disease. She has particular interest in the application of computational modelling to improving clinical diagnosis and monitoring of pulmonary disease, particularly in the older lung.

The webinar is free and open to anyone but registration is mandatory. If you plan to attend please register from:
Registration link

The VPHi keynote webinar series is a quarterly event organized by the VPHi Student Committee that provides a forum for access to senior community members and their expert competence for chiefly young scientists, but also to the VPH community as a whole.

With the series, VPHi wishes to:
  • Offer added value to prospective young scientist VPHi Student members through core content
  • Create visibility of VPH knowledge dissemination for external stakeholders
  • Highlight excellence within the VPHi, additionally providing student members with a label of quality
  • Promote scientific interaction between junior and senior community members and across VPHi disciplines
Feel free to circulate the webinar information to your colleagues.
Best regards
In silico medicine will be the future
Virtual Physiological Human Institute for Integrative Biomedical Research (VPH Institute)

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