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Published: 2023-04-26 Updated: 2023-04-27, 10:25

AI IN PRECISION MEDICINE – latest development and future directions

NEWS On May 29, a symposium will be held from 10:00 to 14:30 on the latest developments in AI in precision medicine. Possible to follow remotely.

The event is organised by the AI Council at the Faculty of Medicine. Speakers include Björn Rotter, Frankfurt, Kevin Sandman, Malmö, Felicia-Elena Marginean, Lund, Nina Sundström, NUS, and Roxana Daneshjou, Stanford. The symposium will be held in the Kempesalen in the KBC building, but it is also possible to participate remotely via the qr code in the link below. The event will be held in English.

Program and qr-code to participate remotely


10.00–10.10 Welcome by Jenny Persson
10.10–10.25 Gathering clinically valuable Information from Quantitatie transcriptomic data in tumours, Björn Rotter, GenxPro, Frankfurt
10.25–10.40 Pilot for national Swedish AI-validation platform for digital pathology, Kevin Sandeman, Region Skåne
10.40–10.55 Increase accuracy and effectivity for digital diagnostics by using AI tools, Felicia Elena Marginean, Lund university
10.55–11.10 AIM North – a Competence center for Applied AI in Clinical Research and Development, Nina Sundström, Umeå

11.30–12.30 Lunch break

12.30–13.15 Artificial Intelligence for Healthcare and Precision Medicine, Roxana Danesjhou, Stanford University
13.15–14.30 Segmentation for CT Scan Images, Fehmi Ben Abdesslem, RISE and KI