On November 2, Radboudumc AI for health organized a symposium on the impact of AI on healthcare.
On October 18th at 15:00h, the winners of the STOIC2021 COVID-19 AI challenge will be announced and they will present their solutions.
Alessa Hering obtained her PhD thesis on deep learning for image registration.
Applications for The fourth edition of the AI for Health course, starting on the 3rd of February 2023 are now open. Please apply before the 1st of December to join the course. The AI for Health program aims to advance AI innovations in healthcare, by providing an AI course for …
Joep Bogaerts' presentation on the international Delphi study won the second prize at the European Congress of Pathology.
Bart Liefers will defend his thesis containing work on deep learning algorithms for automated analysis of retinal images.
Grzegorz Chlebus will defend his thesis containing work on segmentation of liver, liver tumors and prostate in CT and MRI on August 23, 2022.
The journal paper describing the Medical Segmentation Decathlon challenge has been published in Nature Communications.
From June 29, 2022, Henkjan Huisman is appointed Professor of Medical Imaging AI at the NTNU.
The European Society of Thoracic Imaging (ESTI) assigns the Honorary Membership to Mathias Prokop for his outstanding contributions in thoracic imaging.