The European Commission has tasked the Avicenna Alliance with meeting a significant challenge – developing recommendations and plans for the implementation of the Avicenna Roadmap in policy.

The Policy Development Working Group aims to work towards the inclusion of Avicenna Alliance members’ interests in EU policies. Many EU policies, Directives and Regulations predate the existence of the very same in silico technologies they are designed to govern.

In order for the in silico market and research community to be enabled, current policies and legislations governing healthcare need to be updated. The creation of a framework for the validation of in silico models and the acceptance in the Regulatory system of data derived from modelling and simulation is a prerequisite for further investment in this field and the realization of its potential.

The key goals of this group are:

  • Identification of challenges for the in silico market and research community and the development of corresponding policy solutions;
  • Engagement with the European Parliament, Council and Commission on key dossiers and policy issues of importance to the Membership;
  • Communicate on the potential of in silico medicine for patients, healthcare professionals and industries.

Priorities in 2018

→ Demonstrate the importance of including in silico medicine in legislation on rare diseases and paediatrics in position papers;
→ Strengthen contacts with relevant bodies and institutions;
→ Contribute to the three upcoming Avicenna Alliance White Papers

Avicenna Alliance news

Member of European Parliament Nicola Caputo supports the international cooperation on in silico medicine

MEP Nicola Caputo, from the Alliance of Socialists and Democrats, agreed to sign - along with...

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Digital Twin & CM&S to feature in Horizon Europe core text

On 17 April, the European Parliament adopted the partial agreements resulting from interinstitutional negotiations on the two Horizon Europe...

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Launch of the MOBILISE-D Project

On 11 April, the project MOBILISE-D, a project funded by the European Innovative Medicines Initiative 2 Joint Undertaking, was launched with the aim to revolutionise...

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