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In Silico Oncology and
In Silico Medicine
Augmented with
Artificial 
Intelligence 
(ISO&ISM-aug-with-AI) 

"History of Science: the birth of the digital twin in oncology and the development of the Oncosimulator"(2022). An article of the international Virtual Physiological Human Institute  (VPHi), based in Greater Brussels, Belgium, EU, on the first digital twin ("Clinical Oncosimulator") in oncology and beyond. The digital twin had been developed under the leadership of G. Stamatakos and was presented at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School, Greater Boston, USA in 2007. A printout of the article in clickable pdf format is available here:

 

"Prof Georgios Stamatakos gets interviewed by the Yuan on the globally acknowledged emergence of in silico medicine"(2022). An article of the international Virtual Physiological Human Institute  (VPHi), based in Greater Brussels, Belgium, EU, on the global emergence of in silico medicine in Greece under the leadership of G. Stamatakos. A printout of the article in clickable pdf format is available here:

"Research Prof. G. Stamatakos is interviewed by the Chinese and international AI technology community platform THE YUAN on the globally acknowledged emergence of in silico (computational) medicine in ECE, NTUA, Greece"(2022).  An article of the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE), National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) on the emergence of in silico medicine in ECE, NTUA, Greece under the leadership of G. Stamatakos.  A printout of the article in clickable pdf format is available here:

 

G. S. Stamatakos, initiator of in silico medicine, is interviewed by the global Yuan AI tech community platform and magazine, Shanghai, China, on   the birth of in silico medicine in Greece and its universal evolution. The article title is "In-silico medicine: a new paradigm in modern healthcare emerges in Greece" (2022).  A clickable pdf printout of the article is available here:

A brief introductory presentation of the In Silico Oncology and In Silico Medicine Group  in pdf format (2021) is available here:

 

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