Person: Dave Lambert

<p>Dave Lambert</p>

EU funds VPH-Share project to advance medical informatics

KMi is a partner in the newly funded VPH-Share project (Virtual Physiological Human: Sharing for Healthcare – A Research Environment), an EU Framework 7 integrating project. VPH-Share will begin in March 2011 and run for four years, with total funding from the EU of �10.7 million. The Virtual Physiological Human (VPH) is a vision for…

SOA4All: Leading the Future Internet of Services

Last week saw SOA4All’s second year review in Barcelona. Driven by the success of previous reviews, this time the evaluation focused on exploitation of project results which shows the high expectations the European Commission has of this project. As on previous occasions, KMi’s involvement was crucial for yet another successful review. KMi’s John Domingue and…

Final LHDL project results ranked as great success

Last week saw the final review of the EC-funded STREP project LHDL which can only be described as an overwhelming success. Running for three years since February 2006, the major mission of LHDL was to further develop interactive digital library services to access collections of complex biomedical data on the musculoskeletal apparatus and to create…

Living Human Digital Library Passes Medical

The Living Human Digital Library is a picture of health, following its annual checkup this April. The second year review was held in Bologna, at the headquarters of project member CINECA, the Italian national super-computing consortium. The Living Human Digital Library (LHDL) is an EU research programme funded as a STREP under FP6’s health theme….