Zainab Altai joins MultiSim as a researcher in musculoskeletal biomechanics

Zainab Altai Zainab Altai has recently joined the MultiSim project after completing her PhD at the Insigneo for in silico Medicine, under the Supervision of Dr Xinshan Lee, and has written about her time at Insigneo. "I got my MSc degree in Mechanical engineering from Almustansiriyah University in Baghdad. I won a scholarship, fully funded by the HCED in Iraq, t...
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Pinaki Bhattacharya: MultiSim Research Associate becomes Lecturer in Solid Biomechanics in the Insigneo Institute

                          I am excited to join the Department of Mechanical Engineering and the Insigneo Institute for in silico Medicine at the University of Sheffield as a Lecturer in Solid Biomechanics. I will be teaching the module Regulatory Affairs in Medical Device...
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Modelathon 2018: Using multi-scale modelling for new treatments of osteoarthritic joints.

17-20 September 2018, The Diamond Building, University of Sheffield, Sheffield Day 1 only (Agenda for Days 2-4 is below) Day 2-4   Registration is now  closed  Our four-day EPSRC funded Modelathon* event brings together the very best of theory and practice in the area of multi-scale modelling. After 3 successful events, and in response to last ye...
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Professor Lacroix’s plenary keynote on multiscale modelling of the musculoskeletal system

Plenary keynote at the International Conference on Computational Bioengineering: Multiscale modelling of the musculoskeletal system Damien Lacroix is a Professor of Biomedical Engineering University of Sheffield's Department of Mechanical Engineering and is the Director of Research at the Insigneo Institute for in silico Medicine. Damien will be presenting at  the Internatio...
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Collaboration with NC3Rs to reduce animal testing

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University of Sheffield's researchers are trying to find ways to reduce animal testing in preclinical trials by using computer models and medical imaging. One application of this technology, also known as in silico methods, is to study the effect of skeletal diseases such as osteoporosis and its treatments.Using in silico methods, researchers conducted a longitudinal study o...
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Insigneo in partnership with three leading Scottish universities : SofTMech, a centre for multiscale soft tissue mechanics

SofTMech is a Centre for multiscale soft tissue mechanics funded by EPSRC under its Mathematical Sciences in healthcare programme. The centre is led by the University of Glasgow in partnership with University of St Andrews, Heriot Watt University and The University of Sheffield. SoftMech will accelerate the development of multiscale soft-tissue modelling by constructing a ge...
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