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Case Western Reserve University lab reports 84% accuracy in predicting from initial chest scan which patients will need breathing help; planning website for UH, Cleveland VA physicians to upload scans

On July 6, 2021 and Aug 31, 2021, patents titled “Predicting response to immunotherapy using computer extracted features of cancer nuclei from hematoxylin and eosin (HandE) stained images of non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC)” and “Sequential integration of adversarial networks with handcrafted features (SANwicH): identifying sites of prognostic significance for predicting cancer recurrence” were awarded to CCIPD.

Scientists in Anant Madabhushi’s computational imaging lab confirm role of collagen structure in tissue for predicting aggressiveness of tumors, recurrence of cancer
 

National Institutes of Health funds research consortium led by Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland Clinic
 

Personal View: Tackling racial health disparities with artificial Intelligence

Based on data from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), the compilation shows that CWRU secured 105 patents in calendar year 2020—more than double the number it earned in 2016.

A study evaluating the utility of novel imaging biomarkers (radiomics) to distinguish patients with stage 3 NSCLC may be able to predict who will benefit from treatment from those likely to progress despite therapy. 

Cleveland’s startup community becomes more vibrant every year, as evidenced by the variety and ingenuity of the entrepreneurs in our list of 54.

A researcher with over 25 years of experience, his work focuses on technology that restores or improves function for individuals with limb trauma, dysfunction or amputation. 

Dr. Anant Madabhushi is named a Showstopper on The Pathologist’s 2021 Power List. This list celebrates 100 influential figures, thought leaders, and opinion shapers in pathology and laboratory medicine. Dr. Madabhushi was also named to the Power List in 2019 and 2020. 

Amir Reza Sadri & Amogh Hiremath received travel awards to MICCAI 2021 to present their accepted MICCAI papers titled "SPARTA: An Integrated Stability, Discriminability, and Sparsity based Radiomic Feature Selection Approach," and “Integrated Lung Deformation Atlas and 3D-CNN Characterization of Infiltrates LuMiRa for COVID-19 Prognosis," respectively. 

National Institutes of Health funds research consortium led by Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland Clinic

Congratulations to CCIPD authors Andrew Janowczyk, PhD and Anant Madabhushi, PhD on this recognition of their paper titled, “A deep-learning classifier identifies patients with clinical heart failure using whole-slide images of H&E tissue.”

A study evaluating the utility of novel imaging biomarkers (radiomics) to distinguish patients with stage 3 NSCLC may be able to predict who will benefit from treatment from those likely to progress despite therapy. 

US Representative Kathy Castor recognized the 175 inventors who will soon be inducted as the 2020 Fellows of the National Academy of Inventors.

RuiJiang Li, PhD, Assistant Professor in the Department of Radiation Oncology at Stanford University School of Medicine, will be presenting: Artificial intelligence and imaging for personalized cancer treatment.

 

An interactive workshop for advanced degree students and early career professionals to build entrepreneurial skills in neurotechnology using the proven Biodesign method.

CCIPD welcomes Oswin Chamian, Prateek Dullur, Juan Perez, and Daniel Shao as undergraduate researchers for the summer of 2021

Oral-cancer research spans two continents to predict patient outcomes, advise better treatments
 

Pallavi Tiwari, Ph.D., at the Case Comprehensive Cancer Center is working to address this treatment challenge by using machine learning and artificial intelligence to create computational maps of the brain that can help doctors tell the difference between tumor cells and benign radiation effects on MRI scans.