In vivo science and artificial intelligence join forces to advance tools in cancer treatment and management
It will become easier to discover imaging biomarkers and identify digital surrogates for modern end-points in personalized therapies, thanks to a partnership between Sylvain Meloche – Principal Investigator within the signaling and cell growth research unit at the Institute for Research in Immunology and Cancer (IRIC) – along with his team, and Imagia, an AI-driven personalized healthcare company.
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