13Thanks to many valuable contributions of our partners within and outside of the project, the second issue of the p-medicine Newsletter is now available for download. The clear focus of this second issue lies on the research community in which p-medicine is embedded in a European and international context. Please have a look at our second issue.
12VPH (Virtual Physiological Human) is a large-scale research initiative that began in 2005. VPH uses computer simulations to personalise models of the human body to predict how individuals will respond to diseases and treatments. As an infrastructure project, p-medicine is featured by VPH.
12Both projects have started a collaboration focused on four differerent areas: user groups, legal framework, analytical tools, exploitation.
12Broadening of the mind Apart from the greater goal of implementing personalized medicine, the p-medicine-project aims to network as much as possible. The perfect occasion: The 4th progress meeting at St. Augustin. Hosted by Natalja Friesen and Stefan Rüping from Fraunhofer Institute IAIS, there were approximately 40 participants. The fruitful cooperation with colleagues from VPH share was an…
12The first printed editions of the p-medicine Project's Newsletter have been successfully distributed during the first hours after the official opening of the exhibition in the frames of eHealth Week 2012, the largest annual gathering of the pan-European eHealth communities.