Yesterday, Prof. Petra Ritter was the invited speaker of the 18th Fenix Infrastructure Webinar: "How to implement a secure processing pipeline for human data ".
Read our blogpost about the event here.
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Our work on virtual deep brain stimulation (DBS) in Parkinson’s disease, recently published in Experimental Neurology journal, is highlighted in the EBRAINS online article: "Scientists use EBRAINS to simulate deep brain stimulation in Parkinson’s disease", published on 31 October 2022.
This research work launches the first proof-of-concept of the **TVB multis
Our new TVB-multiscale co-simulation interface, developed in collaboration with Dura-Bernal Lab in New York, is highlighted in the EBRAINS online article: ”Co-simulation interface marks a new milestone for multiscale modelling”, published on 18 October 2
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The World Health Summit 2022 was held in Berlin from October 16 to 18, 2022, and focused on “Making the Choice for Health”, including a topic on ”Digital transformation for health”.
On the occasion, a panel discussion was organized about ”How to Achieve a Global Health Data Space” where Prof. Petra Ritter was the moderator.
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In January 2022, Prof. Petra Ritter and the Brain Simulation Section Team received the BIH Paper of the Month Award for: "Brain simulation as a cloud service: The Virtual Brain on EBRAINS", published in NeuroImage.
The BIH Paper of the Month is awarded by the BIH Board of Directors to honor a special publication achievement from the joint research space of Charité an
Alzheimer Europe held a lunch debate on 27 September 2022 in Brussels, Belgium, focused on “The role of artificial intelligence and big data in dementia research”, attended by national member organisations, civil society representatives, industry partners, policy makers and members of the European Working Group of People with Dementia (EWGPWD).
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