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Research and nanomedicine – 4th edition

Titolo: RIcerca e Nanomedicina Lingua del corso: Inglese a cura di: Prof.ssa Livia Visai Dipartimento di Medicina Molecolare, Università degli Studi di Pavia Prof. Piersandro Pallavicini Dipartimento di Chimica, Università degli Studi di Pavia

Research and Nanomedicine – 2018 – Third Edition

After the first two editions' success, the third Research and Nanomedicine workshop will also take place in Pavia, on Thursday, 14th june. This time, too,  this day aims at promoting the sharing of knowledge and experiences among the research groups of the University of Pavia working on nanomedicine and the rest of the athenaeum, hoping to foster new collaborations, synergies and participation to future projects.

Course: Multi-Agent Models in Biomedical Simulation

In this three-day short course, we will develop agent-based models for simulating a variety of biomedical problems. We will be using the NetLogo software package, which is in extensive use in agent-based modeling of a very wide variety of domains, not solely biomedical.

Course: Modeling diseases using Machine Learning techniques and graphical models

Title: Modeling diseases using Machine Learning techniques and graphical models Seminar language: English Speaker: Alejandro Veloz Baeza Dr.(c), Mg. en Ingeniería Informática Profesor Adjunto Escuela de Ingeniería Biomédica Universidad de Valparaíso     Computer Room C1, Department of Electrical Computer and Biomedical Engineering Monday 04/06 from 09.00 to 13.00 Tuesday 05/06 from 11.00 to 13.00 […]

Tissue repair: from biochemical mechanisms to formulation approaches

The aim of the workshop is to highlight emerging concepts and innovative perspectives in tissue repair, from the biochemical mechanisms to the formulation approaches to be used for the rational treatment of pathologies involving impaired tissue repair.

Current Research Topics at C.H.T. – 2016

Current Research Topics at C.H.T. On 19/04/2016, from 14:00 to 18:00, at the  IMATI – CNR Ronference Room An international panel of CHT experts and researchers will present a selection of the latest research activities involving the Interdepartmental Centre for Health Technologies The workshop gives credits for the Doctorate School in Bioengineering and Bioinformatics. Supported by