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Insigneo Institute collection

Published on: 12 Oct 2017 - 14:10:19
Authors: Marco Viceconti
DOI: 10.15131/
Categories: Biomechanical Engineering, Biomechanics, Regenerative Medicine (incl. Stem Cells and Tissue Engineering), Biomedical Engineering not elsewhere classified
Tags: Virtual Physiological Human, Computational Medicine, Predictive Medicine, in silico medicine, in silico clinical trial, personal health forecasting, INSIGNEO
The Insigneo Institute for In Silico Medicine is one of the largest research institutes in the world entirely dedicate to the development of predictive medicine technologies, where subject-specific computer models are generated that are capable of predicting quantities that are clinically relevant, but difficult or impossible to measure directly.

This collection includes all the datasets that any Insigneo members has put in Open Access via the University of Sheffield ORDA portal based on the FigShare system.

Dataset SRACC: Synchrotron microCT for testing accuracy of Digital Volume Correlation (DVC) methods

Dataset by Enrico Dall'Ara et al on 24/04/2017 10:26:10
429   121    

The Standardised Tibia

Fileset by Hans Gray et al on 03/02/2017 13:31:26
593   31    

The "Muscle Standardised Femur" model

Fileset by Marco Viceconti on 30/01/2017 16:38:43
594   33    

microCT scans of bone and cement-bone microstructures

Fileset by Marco Palanca et al on 12/12/2016 10:37:27
225   137    

Reliability of Inertial Sensors in the Assessment of Patients with Vestibular Disorders – a feasibility study

Dataset by Sathish K Sankarpandi et al on 02/12/2016 10:39:42
349   219