A team of biomedical engineers at Case Western Reserve University took home first place in the collegiate division at the inaugural Medical Capital Innovation Competition.

The team won for its technology, called NeuroRadVision, which is described as “a computerized decision support software toolkit, employing novel and advanced artificial intelligence and image analysis algorithms to differential recurrent brain tumors from benign radiation-induced treatment effects.”

Learn more about NeuroRadVision.

Held in April, the competition sought innovators who had ideas the collection, management, analysis and optimization of health care big data.

Case Western Reserve University was among the institutions that sponsored the competition.