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EuCanImage

EuCanImage: A European Cancer Image Platform Linked to Biological and Health Data for Next-Generation Artificial Intelligence and Precision Medicine in Oncology

Topic: DT-TDS-05-2020 – AI for Health Imaging

Type of Action: RIA

Duration: 48 months

Start date: 1 October 2020

Grant agreement: 952103

Web: not yet available

Total request Grant by Consortium: € 9,994,358.50

Total request Grant by BBMRI-ERIC: €310,425.00

Linked Third Parties/BBMRI-ERIC Framework Agreement: None

Benefit/tasks for BBMRI-ERIC: BBMRI-ERIC will lead 2 tasks in the ELSI work package and will contribute to the dissemination and outreach work package as well.

Abstract

EuCanImage is a new large-scale international project (10 million Euros) funded by the European Commission to build a secure and federated imaging platform for next-generation artificial intelligence in oncology. The EuCanImage platform will be populated with a new data resource totalling over 25,000 single subjects, which will allow to investigate unmet clinical needs like never before, such as for the detection of small liver lesions and metastases of colorectal cancer, or for estimating molecular subtypes of breast tumours and pathological complete response. Moreover, the cancer imaging platform, built by leveraging the well-established Euro-BioImaginginfrastructure, will be cross-linked to biological and health repositories through the European Genome-phenome Archive, allowing to develop multi-scale AI solutions that integrate organ-level, molecular and other clinical predictors into dense patient-specific cancer fingerprints. EuCanImage is a collaboration between world-renown experts in data management, machine learning, cancer imaging/radiomics, clinical oncology and technology transfer, across Europe and the US.


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