- Smarter Diagnostics, a startup from the ICM University of Warsaw, has developed an effective tool for analyzing magnetic resonance images of the lower limb. Their solution SmarterAchillesMRI uses artificial intelligence to dramatically speed up the diagnosis of Achilles tendon and provide injury prevention. The potential of Smarter Diagnostics has been recognized by Aligo VC and Sunfish Partners, which invested PLN 2.2 million.
- Airline Group of the International Federation of Operational Research Societies (AGIFORS) 62nd Annual Symposium is hosted by Air France KLM Group and Airbus in Toulouse, France, on September 12 –15 this year. Appearing in the technical program Dr. Malawko currently leads the most advanced aviation projects at the ICM, University of Warsaw, including the join ICAO-ICM development of Global Air Transport Analytics.
- We highly recommend the conference "The last word belongs to microbes - Celebrating the 200th anniversary of the birth of Louis Pasteur", organized by the Faculty of Biology at the University of Warsaw, in cooperation with numerous national research institutions, including ICM.
- In July, the University of Warsaw hosted the "4EU + Against Cancer" summer school for students and researchers and the main focus was on clinical and preclinical research in the field of molecular and clinical oncology. The event is part of the 4EU + Alliance: Urban Health and Demographic Change flagship program, coordinated by Dr. Catherine Suski-Grabowski from ICM University of Warsaw.
- ICM UW develops and supplies the Taxila framework in Poland for quick and practical analysis of scientific texts. Thanks to the cooperation with the Systems Biology Institute in Tokyo and the resources of the Virtual Library of Science (WBN), dozens of doctors and scientists from recognized medical centers throughout Poland have already benefited from the workshops dedicated to the use of Taxila in oncology and in research on Covid-19.
- Responsibility for algorithms, the use of AI in a medical entity, business and technological aspects, cooperation with startups and finally the role of blockchain in health – these are the main topics of the second edition of the “AI in Health” conference, which will take place on June 14 and it will be a stationary event. ICM UW supports the event as the Chief Member of the AI in Health …
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