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Miguel A. González Ballester
ICREA Professor at UPF Barcelona
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Adriana Freitas Jan 23
2nd place of Goes to A medical device that integrates microwave technology with colonoscopy to improve the prevention, diagnosis and knowledge of colorectal cancer. 🚀 Congratulation Friends!
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Jerome Noailly 11h
It’s my pleasure to draw your attention on the social session on - A unique place to present and discuss any type of modelling technology applied to bone, from basic to
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Aurelio Ruiz 10h
Interesting survey on machine and statistical learning for longitudinal analysis of neuroimaging data in Alzheimer’s Disease by and Gemma Piella at in & . Methods, data and future directions of the field
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Jeff Dean Jan 23
Google Dataset Search is now officially out of beta. "Dataset Search has indexed almost 25 million of these datasets, giving you a single place to search for datasets & find links to where the data is." Nice work, Natasha Noy and everyone else involved!
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Visual Geometry Group (VGG) Jan 21
Two postdoc positions available in the VGG (apply by Feb 13th). Further infos here:
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Ben Lehner Jan 7
We are recruiting a group leader in quantitative or computational biology. 9 years of core funding and freedom to do something important. Probably the best combination of genomics, quantitative and mechanistic biology in Europe. Deadline soon! pls RT
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Jerome Noailly Dec 28
Great to finish 2019 with this preprint about the 1st disc ever developed (to our knowledge...). integration, & , local matrix turnover, early 👉
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Jerome Noailly Dec 19
consolidates its position as leading university in according to . Researchers, professors, students & administration & work hard & collective effort pays back. Congratulations!!
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BCNatal Fetal Medicine Research Dec 18
Congratulations to Nadine Hahner for her PhD Thesis "Assessment of cortical development in fetuses with isolated non-severe ventriculomegaly and its correlation with brain connectivity and neurodevelopmental outcome". Well done and well deserved!
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VPH Summer School Dec 18
📢 SPEAKERS NEWS 5th Thrilled to confirm the keynotes of 👉 , 👉 , 👉 Irene Vignon-Clementel, () - A great programme is being built for June 8-12. Stay tuned!
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Alberto Gomez Dec 14
Hiring! Amazing project on in a resource-limited setting in Vietnam. Do you want to work on this vision with an amazing team of world-class researchers and ?
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FundlaCaixa Ciència Dec 11
is the world’s second leading cause of cancer death. , a former project and spinoff from , is developing a device that combines microwave imaging and colonoscopy for a more accurate diagnosis.🩺
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VPH Summer School Dec 10
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Jerome Noailly Dec 10
Wanna be from in one the key area of future ? 👉 Application Master in Computational Biomedical Engineering 2020-2021 is now open. Check info here:
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Josep Maria Font Dec 5
We look for an outstanding post-doctoral fellow in mechanical modelling and mechatronics for clinical exoskeleton development within the Exoskeleton project funded by . Deadline: January 30th, 2020. More info 👇
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BCN MedTech Dec 9
Jordina Torrents presented today her PhD thesis entitled "Deep learning-based segmentation methods for computer-assisted fetal surgery". Congralutations Dr. Torrents for this amazing work!
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Martin Landray Dec 2
We are recruiting: *Director of Big Data Institute at University of Oxford.* There are few greater opportunities to lead a major centre at the intersection of data science and medical research.
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VPH Summer School Dec 2
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Emilia Gomez Nov 27
Our paper on "Machine Learning for Clinical Decision-Making: Challenges and Opportunities" is now accessible online with lead by Sergio Sánchez-Martínez et al.
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Jeremy Howard Nov 29
This is a really well-done article with lots of great examples and clear explanations, showing how to use dropout to get prediction confidence levels at inference time
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