Published on 21/07/2022
Prof. Ioannis Seimenis, from the Medical Physics Lab, Medical School, University of Athens, represented the INCISIVE project in the scientific session organised by ProCancer-I, one of the five H2020 funded projects focused on AI for Health Imaging (AI4HI). The session took place in the framework of the 2022 European Congress of Radiology in Vienna and remotely.
The session’s objectives were summarising the ProCAncer-I vision of translational research in the prostate cancer continuum; reviewing strategies aimed at increasing translation from research to clinical practice; discussing the role of radiologists in AI projects; and understanding the main obstacles to the adoption of AI in the clinical setting. Prof. Seimenis actively contributed to the discussion, referring to the relevant experience gained so far through the INCISIVE project work.
The session was chaired by Manolis Tsiknakis and composed of 8 participants who are working in six different countries: Nikolaos Papanikolaou (Portugal), Daniele Regge (Italy), Luis Martí-Bonmatí (Spain), Harriet C. Thoeny (Switzerland), Deniz Akata (Republic of Türkiye), Emanuele Neri (Italy), Konstantinos Marias (Greece) and Ioannis Seimenis (Greece).