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Sapienza to lead ‘digital twins for health’ project


Research will aim to create models that “mimic” the medical characteristics of patients

A multimillion-euro project that aims to improve the efficiency of Italy’s health service, coordinated by Sapienza Università di Roma, was launched in Rome on 13 March.

Called ‘Digital driven diagnostics, prognostics and therapeutics for sustainable health care’ (D34Health), the project—which involves 28 public and private partners—will receive €126.5 million in the next four years via the National Plan for investment.

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