Avicenna Project graded as Excellent by the European Commission!

The Avicenna Project has received an “excellent” grading by the European Commission following its review meeting in November 2015. The Commission stated that the project had fully achieved its objective and technical goals for the period and has even exceeded expectations. The ultimate aim of the Avicenna action was to create a research and technological development Roadmap […]

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10 Days and Counting.

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There are now 10 days to go until the deadline for contributions to the Avicenna Roadmap closes.   The Roadmap is the key element of the Avicenna project, it will be used to describe the route by which in silico techniques of computer simulation will be introduced into clinical trials, the studies that are routinely conducted […]

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Last chance to contribute to the Roadmap

The final draft of the Avicenna project’s Roadmap, ‘In Silico Clinical Trials: How Computer Simulation Will Transform The Biomedical Industry’, was released to the project experts and to the public prior to Avicenna’s fifth and final event in Barcelona on the 4th-5th June 2015. If you would like to contribute to the Roadmap, please download […]

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in silico Clinical Trials featured on the front page of Wikipedia

On the 26th June, 2015 in silico clinical trials featured on the front page of Wikipedia, which is the 7th most visited website in the world according to Alexa.com (as of 26/06/15). The article on in silico clinical trials featured in the ‘Did you know…’ section with the response ‘…that in the future, virtual pharmaceuticals may be tested on virtual […]

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