Wouter Bulten succesfully defended his PhD thesis titled 'Artificial intelligence as a digital fellow in pathology: human-machine synergy for improved prostate cancer diagnosis.' on the 28th of January.
After two years of hard work, the final results of PANDA Challenge on AI for prostate cancer grading are published!
The European Research Council awarded Geert Litjens with a grant for his project "AIS-CaP: Interpretable Artificial Intelligence across Scales for Next-Generation Cancer Prognostics".
The DKF awarded the grant to CPG’s Meyke Hermsen, Dominique van Midden, and Jeroen van der Laak for their proposal to use AI for improved histopathologic kidney biopsy assessment.
Francesco Ciompi and Chella van der Post have been awarded 400,000 euros for the execution of their project aimed to develop AI solutions for improving DGC diagnostics.
CPG launches new spin-off, Aiosyn, to accelerate the implementation of AI in Pathology
Geert Litjens has been awarded a Vidi grant worth 800,000 euros by the Dutch Research Council. He will investigate AI solutions for prostate cancer by combining radiology and pathology images.
David Tellez succesfully defended his PhD thesis with the title 'Advancing computational pathology with deep learning: from patches to gigapixel image-level classification'.
Jeroen van der Laak, Geert Litjens, and Francesco Ciompi discuss the way to the clinic for computation pathology algorithms.
The Academic Alliance Fund of Radboudumc and Maastricht UMC+ awarded Geert Litjens, Daan Geijs, Avital Amir, Lisa Hillen, Veronique Winnepenninckx and Nicole Kelleners a grant of 100,000 euros for their project proposal entitled: ‘Mohs chirurgy supported by artificial intelligence; better, faster, cheaper’.