- Meet IA-Group Research Team at OARSI to Discuss Osteoarthritis Clinical Research Meet IA’s musculoskeletal experts at the World Congress on Osteoarthritis in Las Vegas, NV, April 27-30, 2017, where they will be speaking about their work in osteoarthritis clinical research.
Dr. John Carrino, member of IA’s Clinical Advisory Board will speak at 12:00 on 30 April in a Plenary Session ‘Year in Review’ and give an overview ...
- $585,000 Grant to Develop New Biomarkers for Brain Cancer, joint effort from IA-Group’s researchers and St Georges, University of London with St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Image Analysis Group (IA-Group) and St Georges, University of London with St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust have been awarded a grant of over $585,000 by Innovate UK to develop novel Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) biomarkers of the most common type of brain tumours to improve patients’ chance of survival.
The glial tumours are the ...
- Immuno-Oncology and the Need to Review Drug Development By Diana Roettger, PhD Head of R&D
Immuno-Oncology drugs are considered as a breakthrough in cancer treatment because of their ability to target and enable immune cells to destroy cancer cells. Immunotherapies force us not only to review cancer treatment but also drug development.
The immune system is the body’s natural defence system, attacking dangerous cells and ...
- Muscle Perfusion as a Unique Biomarker for in Clinical Trials Skeletal muscle can adapt to various stimuli. Physical activity and exercise represent different types of stresses to the muscle. Depending on the exact nature of the stress, muscle may increase in size, improve neuro-muscular performance and enhance endurance capabilities. This brief overview gives an introduction into the clinical research conducted by IA-Group and collaborators into ...
- The Use of Mathematics and Computer Science in Modern Clinical Trials, seminar by Dr. Olga Kubassova, 24th March 2017 at the University of Liverpool Dr. Dr Olga Kubassova – CEO of Image Analysis Group is giving a seminar on “The Use of Mathematics and Computer Science in Modern Clinical Trials”, Department of Mathematical Science Building, University of Liverpool, Friday 24th March 2017 at 2pm
Imaging algorithms for quantitative analysis of medical scans allow extracting information from the images with the ...
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