The recording of the OActive Conference is now available on Youtube.
Click here to watch the conference: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cyjQzgvZfh0&t=20s
This is the OActive Project‘s Dissemination material.
Axia Innovation is working throughout the project on the dissemination, communication and training activities undertaken by the OActive consortium.
Take a look at our flyers, posters, roll-up, brochures and more, in the following video:
Cordis Wire announcement for the OActive Project
OActive Project partner Timelex has prepared an article on:
How to implement ethics and data protection requirements in an EU funded research and innovation action.
Take a look : https://lnkd.in/dVvCrMt
The OActive Project is organising an online CONFERENCE on April 23rd. We are happy to announce that we are organising a conference “From Modelling to Clinical predictive and interventional tools to treat osteoarthritis”, on the 23rd of April.
You can register for free here:
Join our discussions on how a combination of mechanistic computational models, simulations, and big data analytics can target patient-specific OA prediction and interventions. Target audience : medical care industry, research & education communities, and relevant stakeholders in the field of Osteoarthritis prevention.
The conference program can be found here:
The conference is organised by Dissemination and Communication responsible Axia Innovation.
The OActive Project hosted the virtual workshop on personalized predictive models with the support of AXIA Innovation.
The workshop included presentations of the main OActive technologies, such as Biomechanical predictive models for Osteoarthritis management and Augmented reality (AR) interventions for Osteoarthritis. Moreover, similar EU-funded projects presented their work in this area.
OActive Project partner Fondazione Ri.MED has successfully developed an Osteoarthritis in vitro model based on viable osteochondral tissues. Such a model was released inducing a LPS-mediated inflammation on healthy cartilage and bone Histochemistry analyses showed the presence of the characteristic signs of OA after LPS stimulation.