• ICN DataWeek Charité

    • The Virtual Brain
    • Petra Ritter
    • Conference
    • Research

    ICN DataWeek Charité runs from October 12 - 14 with sessions from 10:00 until 16:45 every day.

    The aim of the conference is to support a strong data strategy in order to increase reproducibility of neuroscience results, increase creativity in research, and hopefully ease the ever increasing time and resource demand needed for data intensive research.

    Our lab lead Petra Ritter will

  • Future Medicine Science Match 2020 – Artificial Intelligence in Translational Medicine

    • Conference
    • Research
    • Future Medicine 2020

    Interested in giving a presentation about your research?

    Apply now with your project for the Future Medicine Science Pitch until October 11th, 2020!

    Open for scientists and clinicians at any stage in their career using artificial intelligence to do work relevant to translational and systems medicine.

    Deadline for submission of short abstracts is 11 October 2020.

    • Call for short a
  • New Article Collection: Brain Modeling of Neurogenerative Disorders

    • Petra Ritter
    • Open Science
    • Research

    We'd like to bring attention to a new Research Topic in Frontiers Neuroinformatics: "Brain Modeling of Neurodegenerative Disorders"

    We invite for your contributions! Please contribute to the article collection:Brain Modeling of Neurogenerative Disorders

    hosted by Dr(s):

  • Recent Developments with the Digital Medicine, Charité & BIH Health Data Platforms

    • The Virtual Brain
    • Petra Ritter
    • Open Science
    • Research

    As a Steering Committee member of the BIH Research Platform Digital Medicine Professor Ritter supports the goal of establishing a Health Data Platform for FAIR data management at Charité and BIH.

    Petra Ritter serves in directing the informatics projects [VirtualBrainCloud](https://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/

  • Major new research initiative: The VirtualBrainCloud project, funded by EU Horizon 2020 program

    • The Virtual Brain
    • Research
    • Funding
    • TVB Cloud kick-off meeting

    The Brain Simulation Section is leading a major new research initiative together with 17 European research partners, dubbed The VirtualBrainCloud: “Exploiting the full potential of in-silico medicine research for personalized diagnostics and therapies in cloud-based environments”.

    This initiative is funded by [European Commission's Horizon2020 program](https://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/

  •  
  •