Avicenna Alliance
at the BMES Conference

The Avicenna Alliance returned to the BMES Conference this year providing an opportunity to catch up with current members and to engage with potential new members. This is the second time that Avicenna has been present at the BMES Conference with a noted difference in how Avicenna has been received in 2019. The topic of computer modeling and simulation and the Alliance’s work garnered significantly more interest with word spreading of the efforts to help policy makers develop global policy frameworks to encourage the uptake of in silico medicine and of efforts to expand the in silico community.

More information on the conference can be found here.

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Launch of the European COVID-19 Data Platform

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