An in silico platform for virtual device testing on patient cohorts
Research and development of healthcare products and devices is a time-consuming process that involves many steps. The EU-funded SIMCOR project aims to improve and accelerate the entire process through a platform for the in silico testing of cardiovascular implantable devices. The platform supports device validation through modelling as well as in vitro and preclinical experiments on animals. The validation is also performed by virtual clinical cohorts. Importantly, it offers the potential to test the device virtually in a range of clinically relevant pathologies or conditions. This simulation of device testing on human cohorts provides statistical credibility and is expected to shorten the time for the regulatory approval and commercialisation of healthcare products.
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Funding SchemeRIA - Research and Innovation action