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iToBoS-Intelligent Total Body Scanner for Early Detection of Melanoma

Goal: iToBoS is a research project funded by European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme; with an aim to build a new diagnostic tool for the early detection of melanoma, exploiting all the available information of the patient. This holistic assessment tool should understand the specific characteristics of every patient in order to enable a personalized, early detection of melanoma. The project has a duration of 48 months (1 April 2021-31 March 2025) and a total Budget of 12 million Euro.
The scope of the iToBoS project is to train an Artificial Intelligence (AI) system able to integrate information from different sources, ranging from dermoscopic images and complete medical records to genomics. iToBoS will develop and validate a new diagnostic device together with an AI cognitive assistant (tool) to empower healthcare practitioners to make comprehensive patient-tailored diagnosis of skin cancer, leading to improved detection rates and highly personalized diagnosis.
The consortium includes 19 partners and is leaded by the University of Girona.

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iToBoS is a research project funded by European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme; with an aim to build a new diagnostic tool for the early detection of melanoma, exploiting all the available information of the patient. This holistic assessment tool should understand the specific characteristics of every patient in order to enable a personalized, early detection of melanoma. The project has a duration of 48 months (1 April 2021-31 March 2025) and a total Budget of 12 million Euro.
The scope of the iToBoS project is to train an Artificial Intelligence (AI) system able to integrate information from different sources, ranging from dermoscopic images and complete medical records to genomics. iToBoS will develop and validate a new diagnostic device together with an AI cognitive assistant (tool) to empower healthcare practitioners to make comprehensive patient-tailored diagnosis of skin cancer, leading to improved detection rates and highly personalized diagnosis.
The consortium includes 19 partners and is leaded by the University of Girona.