Newsletter #4

Editorial

Editorial

Editorial by Βy Prof. Daniele Regge, Chief of the Radiology Unit, Candiolo Cancer Institute (FPO) The Clinical Vision of the project and added value for patients One man in eight is diagnosed with prostate cancer during his lifetime and among them, approximately one...

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Prostate cancer MRI as an AI challenge

Prostate cancer MRI as an AI challenge

By Prof Jurgen Futterer & Prof Henkjan Huisman, RadboudUMC (RUN) Professors Jurgen Futterer and Henkjan Huisman are both affiliated with Radboudumc, Nijmegen, The Netherlands. They have a long-standing collaboration and are part of the EU H2020 project ProCAncer-I...

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ProCAncer-I eCRF and Data Upload Tools

ProCAncer-I eCRF and Data Upload Tools

By Joao Correia, Innovation Manager at Biotronics3D Limited (B3D) The ProCAncer-I eCRF (electronic case report form) and Data Upload Tools support ProCAncer-I clinical partners in the process of compiling the required information and follow the defined protocols for...

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The Value of Data in Health Research

By Theresa Henne, University of Vienna (UNIVIE), Clara Saillant University of Vienna (UNIVIE) &Varvara Kalokyri, Foundation for Research and Technology (FORTH) Data is increasingly regarded as a valuable resource, in particular for the development of Big Data and...

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Presentation of partner B3D, Biotronics3D Limited

Presentation of partner B3D, Biotronics3D Limited

Biotronics3D was established in 2004 in London, opened an R&D Centre in Cambridge in 2009, opened a Central European Operations office in Bucharest in  2014, and established its Innovation Centre in Edinburgh during 2017. Biotronics3D recently integrated the...

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Newsletter #4 Contents

Highlights

AI in PCa imaging : The current status and future perspectives

AI in PCa imaging : The current status and future perspectives

Ιn recent years, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) has transformed the prostate cancer (PCa) diagnostic pathway, based on the evidence of multiple high-level evidence studies (refs 4M, MRI first, and PROMIS). Taken together, the evidence indicates that prostate MRI...

Open Call To Include New Beneficiaries Into The EUCAIM Consortium

Open Call To Include New Beneficiaries Into The EUCAIM Consortium

The EUCAIM project is launching an open call for new beneficiaries to join the consortium. The objective of the EUCAIM open call is to: i) onboard new cancer image data holders, increasing the geographic dimensions, data modalities or cancer targets, and  ii) include...

Third Dissemination Event of the ProCAncer-I Project in Athens

Third Dissemination Event of the ProCAncer-I Project in Athens

ProCAncer-I will be organising the 3rd Dissemination Event at the 21st IEEE International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging, which will be held in Athens, Greece, May 27-30, 2024. ProCAncer-I will organise the Workshop “Integrating imaging Data and AI models for...

ProCAncer-I at the ECR 2024 in Vienna

ProCAncer-I at the ECR 2024 in Vienna

A great congress once more! Artificial Intelligence (AI) took the spotlight at the European Radiology Congress (ECR) held at the Austria Center Vienna from February 28 to March 3. Under the theme of 'Next Generation Radiology,' cutting-edge technologies were...

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