Clinician-friendly ai enables personalized healthcare discoveries in the cloud

Researchers at the McGill University Health Center are developing new early diagnostics solutions to deliver better integrated care in personalized medicine, by non-invasively assessing the molecular and clinical characteristics of lung tumors from routine clinical images, an emerging field known as radiomics. “In today’s complex healthcare environment, the development of quantitative biomarkers in cancer imaging is revolutionizing predictive medicine,” said McGill University Health Center (MUHC) Chair of Diagnostic Radiology and Professor Dr. Benoit Gallix.

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