Two medical professionals consulting at a computer screen as a patient goes into a CAT scan
Scientists in a computational imaging lab at Case Western Reserve University are hoping that a novel computerized approach that looks for cancer signals outside the tumor area itself will be a historic leap in diagnosing cancer using just routine CAT scans.

Machine Learning Working Group virtual meeting

Members of the Case Western Reserve University community are invited to attend a virtual Machine Learning Working Group Meeting July 31 from 2 to 3 p.m. EDT. Mirabela Rusu, assistant professor of radiology at Stanford University, will present “A RAPSODI of Radiology and Pathology Images to Learn MRI Signatures of Prostate Cancer.”

The Center for Computational Imaging and Personalized Diagnostics has partnered with the Case Comprehensive Cancer Center to host the Machine Learning Working Group. Through facilitating interaction of basic and clinical researchers, the group hopes to strengthen the scientific merit of presented studies as well as identify novel collaborative opportunities.

Email James Hale to RSVP for the meeting.