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Read more at: BloodCounts! Consortium wins Trinity Challenge Prize for breakthrough in infectious disease detection

BloodCounts! Consortium wins Trinity Challenge Prize for breakthrough in infectious disease detection

25 June 2021

BloodCounts! - an international consortium of scientists, led by Professor Carola-Bibiane Schönlieb of the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics at the University of Cambridge, has been awarded a substantial prize by the Trinity Challenge to further develop their innovative infectious disease outbreak...


Read more at: Developing AI tools to fight against COVID19

Developing AI tools to fight against COVID19

30 April 2021

COVID-19 is highly contagious, and severe cases can lead to acute failure of the lungs, multiple organs and ultimately death. Chest X-Rays and CT scans provide valuable diagnostic and monitoring information that can complement the laboratory and clinical data. The CMIH is part of a Cambridge led collaboration to bring...



Read more at: The origins of the CMIH Hub

The origins of the CMIH Hub

30 April 2021

The EPSRC Cambridge Mathematics of Information in Healthcare Hub (CMIH) is an interdisciplinary collaboration between mathematics, statistics, computer science, and medicine, and aims to develop rigorous and clinically practical algorithms for analysing healthcare data in an integrated fashion. The overarching objective of...



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The Cambridge Mathematics of Information in Healthcare Hub (CMIH) is a collaboration between mathematics, statistics, computer science and medicine, aiming to develop robust and clinically practical data analytics algorithms for healthcare decision making. Our work focusses on some of the most challenging public health problems; Cancer, Cardiovascular Disease, and Dementia.

 

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