This is a mathematical compartmental formulation of dose-effect synergy modelling for multiple therapies in Non Small Cell Lung Cancer (NSCLC): antiangiogenic, immuno- and radiotherapy. The model formulates the dose-effect relationship in a unified context, with tumor proliferating rates and

Last updated on: 01-02-2021 - 14:32

Organisation: Ghent University
Status: Published in peer reviewed journal
We developed a cellular automata model of oncolytic virotherapy with an application to pancreatic cancer. The fundamental biomedical processes (like cell proliferation, mutation, apoptosis) are modelled by the use of probabilistic principles. The migration of injected viruses (as therapy) is

Last updated on: 07-01-2021 - 21:34

Contact: Fred Vermolen
Organisation: Hasselt University, Delft University of Technology
Partners: Delft University of Technology, Technion
Status: Published in peer reviewed journal
Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is being applied to characterize the fluid flow in different applications. CFD has obtained significant interest in both the medical and engineering community because of its non-invasive character. It can predict the fluid flow characteristics when one or multiple

Last updated on: 10-04-2020 - 09:22

Organisation: Ghent University
Status: Still in development, Published in peer reviewed journal
Most of the current rigid-body models of the complete thoracolumbar spine do not properly model the intervertebral joint as the highly nonlinear stiffness is not incorporated comprehensively and the effects of compressive load on stiffness are commonly being neglected. Based on published in vitro

Last updated on: 19-03-2020 - 11:07

Contact: Wei Wang
Organisation: KU Leuven
Partners: Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Status: Published in peer reviewed journal
This white-box model uses energy partitioning throughout the lifetime of dairy animals (growth, lactation, gestation, ...) to simulate reproduction performance, lifetime length, production performance etc. The method is developed by dr. Olivier Martin at INRAE, MoSAR, Paris.

Last updated on: 04-03-2020 - 14:23

Contact: Cannot be disclosed
Organisation: Cannot be disclosed
Status: History of use, Published in peer reviewed journal
Identifying drug-target interactions is a crucial step in drug repositioning, the process of suggesting new indications for known drugs. There are about 9000 FDA-approved and experimental small molecule drugs and more than 500.000 protein records available. Performing in vitro experiments would be

Last updated on: 06-01-2020 - 17:04

Contact: Daniele Parisi
Organisation: KU Leuven
Partners: Biotech/TU-Dresden, Max-Planck-Institut für Informatik Saarbrucken
Status: Still in development
Aortic aneurysms consist of a localized dilatation of the aorta resulting from compromised structural integrity and are characterized by a diameter increase of at least 50% compared to a reference diameter. When left untreated, aneurysms tend to progressively enlarge, with an increased risk of

Last updated on: 08-11-2019 - 14:11

Contact: Nele Famaey
Organisation: KU Leuven, KU Leuven
Partners: KU Leuven, KU Leuven , KU Leuven
Status: Still in development, Published in peer reviewed journal
This work will be based on data describing the rat hindlimb kinematics obtained by X-Ray Reconstruction of Moving Morphology (XROMM) and ground reaction forces following destabilization of the medial meniscus (DMM) and running. These data will be analyzed with multi-body dynamics to estimate the

Last updated on: 08-11-2019 - 14:02

Contact: Judith Piet
Organisation: KU Leuven
Status: Still in development