Applications are sought for a Clinical Fellow/Clinical Radiology trainee with a completed Part 2B FRCR or equivalent in Diagnostic Radiology for Research Fellowship. The post-holder will support a Horizon 2020 Research Grant, working on the Pro-CAncer-I project.

The post-holder will be expected to become proficient in Whole Body MRI Reporting that includes high-resolution T2-weighted imaging, diffusion-weighted and dynamic contrast enhanced imaging.

This is an immersive research post in Imaging AI aimed at providing the post-holder experience of working within a multi-disciplinary research team to grow, develop, research and apply artificial intelligence and machine learning techniques in imaging.

The successful candidate will play a significant role in supporting this project, as well as undertake other innovative radiological research within the AI Imaging Hub.

For Further Information Please Contact : Ana Ribeiro AI Imaging Hub Lead, on 020 8915 6499 ana.ribeiro@rmh.nhs.uk

 

 

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The ProCAncer-I at the IEEE Engineering in Medicine & Biology Society (EMBS) in Malta

The ProCAncer-I at the IEEE Engineering in Medicine & Biology Society (EMBS) in Malta

The ProCAncer-I Consortium is organising a mini symposium under the scope Data Engineering in Cancer, chaired by prof. Dimitris Fotiadis and are inviting every interested stakeholder to participate. The mini symposium will take place during the IEEE EMBS International Conference on Data Science and Engineering in Healthcare, Medicine & Biology, in Malta (Hilton Malta Hotel) on December 7, 2023 – December 9, 2023, on the second day.

Prof Tsiknakis: Launch of the federal European infrastructure for cancer imaging

Prof Tsiknakis: Launch of the federal European infrastructure for cancer imaging

The EUCAIM (European Federation for Cancer Images) project is the cornerstone of the European Cancer Imaging Initiative, launched by the European Commission, within the framework of the European Beating Cancer Plan, emphasized Prof. Manolis Tsiknakis, as Coordinator of the ProCAncer-I project and Affiliated Professor at the Computational Biomedicine Laboratory (CBML), speaking at the Health IT conference.

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