We count on a total of more than 100 professionals from 17 partner institutions including universities, companies,
research hospitals, an international research centre, a non-governmental organisation and a standardisation body
Alma Mater Studiorum – Università di Bologna (UNIBO)Read more
UNIBO is the project Coordinator and WP1 leader.
Most of the activities assigned to partner UNIBO in the ISW project will be responsibility of the In Silico Medicine Group led by Prof Marco Viceconti, based at the Department of Industrial Engineering.
Principal Investigator: Prof. Marco Viceconti
Universiteit van Amsterdam (UvA)Read more
The Computational Science Lab of the faculty of Science of the University of Amsterdam aims to describe and understand how complex systems in nature and society process information.
UvA will participate in the project providing its competences in advanced modelling, regulatory aspects, and computing aspects.
Principal Investigator: Prof. Alfons Hoekstra
Technische Universiteit Eindhoven (TU/e)Read more
Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) is a research university specializing in engineering science & technology.
TUE will lead and mainly be involved in WP3 – curation of different validation data collections and WP9 – legal provisions and relevant ethical considerations, for the aspects of data management.
Principal Investigator: Prof. Frans van de Vosse
Università degli Studi di Catania (UNICT)Read more
In the Department of Drug and Health Sciences, the Computational Systems Biomedicine Research Group – COMBINE (https://www.combine-group.org) drives the research in applying computational methodologies to the field of biomedicine.
UNICT is the scientific Coordinator and WP4 leader.
Principal Investigator: Prof. Francesco Pappalardo
Virtual Physiological Human Institute for Integrative Biomedical Research vzw (VPHi)Read more
The VPHi is an international non-profit organization whose mission is to ensure that the Virtual Physiological Human (VPH), also identified with the terminology “in silico medicine”, is fully realised, universally adopted, and effectively used both in research and clinics.
VPHi is WP5 leader.
Leader: Martina Contin
Sano Centrum Zindywidualizowanej Medycyny Obliczeniowejmiedzynarodowa Fundacja Badawcza (Sano)Read more
Sano – Centre for Computational Personalised Medicine – International Research Foundation is taking leading role in building Europe’s foremost centre for the advancement of computational medicine.
Sano is the WP6 leader responsible for providing the scalable and efficient computing platform.
Leader: Prof. Marian Bubak
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (KU Leuven)Read more
KU Leuven will contribute with four entities: KU Leuven-MEC representing the Biomechanics Section in the Faculty of Engineering Science, KUL-CTP representing the KU Leuven Centre for IT and IP Law, KU Leuven-HMB representing the Human Movement Biomechanics group, and KU Leuven-LSS representing the Life Sciences and Society lab.
Prof. Jos vander Sloten, Department of Mechanical Engineering
Prof. Anton Vedder, Faculty of Law
Prof. Ilse Jonkers, Department of Biomedical Kinesiology
Insilicotrials Technologies Srl (IST)Read more
IST was founded in 2012 (with the original name of Promeditec) to offer innovative solutions and specialized consultancy for clinical trials, e.g. web-based integrated platforms for the management of clinical data, images and documents.
Université de Liege (ULIEGE)Read more
The Biomechanics Research Unit at the University of Liege focusses on the development of in silico and in vitro tools for skeletal tissue engineering and lymphangiogenesis applications.
ULIEGE contribute to WP2, providing an application in the ATMP therapy domain. It will also contribute to WP4 and WP5.
Principal Investigator: Prof. Liesbet Geris
Erasmus Universitair Medisch Centrum Rotterdam (EMC)Read more
At Erasmus Medical Center, the Biomechanics group focuses on the biomechanics of the development of atherosclerotic plaques in the human carotid and coronary arteries in close collaboration with the Interventional Cardiology, Radiology and Epidemiology departments.
Principal Investigator: Prof. Frank Gijsen
Budapesti Muszaki Es Gazdasagtudomanyi Egyetem (BME)Read more
The Department of Hydrodynamic Systems at Budapest University of Technology and Economics specializes on various aspects of applied fluid mechanics.
One key research field is hemodynamics.
The group has extensive experience in in silico aneurysm research.
Principal Investigator: Prof. Gyorgy Paal
Din Deutsches Institut fuer Normung E.V. (DIN)Read more
DIN is a non-profit organization recognized as a German National Standards Body that supports any R&D projects with the concept of R&D Phase Standardization, from early identification of standardization potential of products and services, establishment of standardization processes, and assistance with public availability of the results of these processes.
Principal Investigator: Klaus Zeier
Mimesis Srl (MIM)Read more
MIMESIS SRL is an innovative start-up founded in 2020 and it represents a pioneering SME whose aim is to provide to the biomedical industry the first generation of in silico trials solutions for the evaluation of safety and efficacy of medicinal products.
Leader: Giulia Russo
Materialise Motion NVRead more
Materialise Motion NV is a technology company that develops biomechanical measuring equipment and analysis software for the objective evaluation of human movement, and will contribute to WP2, WP4, WP6 and WP8.
Leader: Fien Burg