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Read more at: New artificial intelligence tool for diagnosing Alzheimer's

New artificial intelligence tool for diagnosing Alzheimer's

9 September 2022

Diagnosing Alzheimers patients early gives the best chance of slowing the progression down and improving the patient's quality of life. Unfortunately, though, there is no simple test for diagnosing Alzheimer's. To find out whether a patient has the disease, doctors perform a range of different tests and try to rule out...

Read more at: CMIH Annual Engagement Event 2022

CMIH Annual Engagement Event 2022

5 August 2022

The CMIH Annual Engagement Event took place at the Centre for Mathematical Sciences in Cambridge on Tuesday 26th July 2022. This academic event brought together those working in mathematical healthcare data analytics across the UK, including academic, clinical, and industrial users with mathematicians working in similar...

Read more at: Impact of COVID-19 on cardiovascular waiting lists

Impact of COVID-19 on cardiovascular waiting lists

15 July 2022

The COVID-19 pandemic has delayed lifesaving treatments for thousands of people, including those with severe aortic stenosis (AS). Without urgent action people with AS could die while waiting for treatement. Using mathematical modelling on the waiting lists of people requiring treatment for severe AS an international team...

Read more at: Supporting healthcare with AI

Supporting healthcare with AI

7 June 2022

CMIH researchers are working on a number of applications for the use of AI in supporting clinicians and healthcare organisations. In the article linked below, PLUS looks at some of this cutting edge work and the exciting challenges it presents. Find out more here .

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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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