December 6-7, 2022

8th International Symposium
on the Living Heart &
Virtual Human Twin

8th International Symposium
on the Living Heart &
Virtual Human Twin

The largest gathering of experts dedicated to the use of virtual human twins in translational biomedical research, regulatory science, and clinical care.

Brooklyn, New York
2-Day In-person/live streaming event

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The Living Heart Project began in 2014 by uniting world experts with a common goal of building a virtual twin of the heart. Within a year the project delivered the first-ever whole heart simulation, beginning the transformation of medical research and creating a global reference standard previously unavailable. Its success inspired expansion to the Living Brain & Lungs and in this year will launch the Living Liver and plot the course to complete the human body.

  • Discover the progress toward the virtual twin of the human body
  • Learn the latest in the use of virtual patients and regulatory science
  • Hear the latest from the FDA on the use of simulation for in silico clinical trials
  • Converse with like-minded peers in the medical device and pharmaceutical industries, research centers, clinical practice
  • Learn best practices from members of the Living Heart, Brain, Lung and Liver Projects
  • Directly contribute to the development future of the virtual human twin
  • Meet our experts and expand your networks and skills

About the Symposium

Over the past 8 years, the Dassault Systèmes Living Heart Project ecosystem has grown to be the largest in the world focused on creating a digital twin of the human. This event will gather experts across all biomedical and medical disciplines to share progress and challenges as well as plan the future for creating the virtual twins for a healthier world.

The symposium will feature a the kickoff for the Living Liver Project, led through the Center of Excellence for Life Sciences created in partnership with Long Island University.

This will be a hybrid event. In-person for those able to take advantage of the networking and individual meetings + a live streaming option for those unable to travel. Morning keynote & plenary sessions will be streamed live followed by afternoon on-site workshops, networking, 3DEXPERIENCE Demo Center & COE Lab tours.

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