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The Liryc University Hospital Institute (IHU) was inaugurated on 4 November 2016 in the presence of numerous leading figures from the clinical and political world.
Thomas Cedeborg and Simon Labarthe, respectively PHD from Flowers team and Carmen team, have received the THESAQT award, which recognise their thesis works, during a local event about innovation (NOVAQT).
Transfer and innovation
On 12 April, Inria Bordeaux–Sud-Ouest signed a partnership agreement with Interaction Healthcare , of the Interaction Group. Interaction Healthcare will be working with the CARMEN research team, which specialises in modelling and calculations for cardiac electrophysiology. The aim is to develop a serious game platform called Medic ActiV, designed for healthcare professionals. The scientific partners for the project are the university hospital institute LIRYC (University Hospital Institute for Cardiac Arrhythmia Research, Care and Technology Transfer) and the university hospital centre.
In 2013, Inria and NOTOCORD launched a three-year joint laboratory called CardioXComp, financed by the French National Research Agency (ANR). This joint laboratory sought to implement an innovative approach for studying the cardiac toxicity of new drugs.