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Cancer Research, Medical Informatics, Cancer Genetics, Pathology
Cancer Research, Medical Informatics, Cancer Genetics, Pathology

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An op-ed authored by Elin Ersvær and Karolina Cyll, both PhD Candidates at the ICGI, and Institute Director Håvard E. Danielsen was published in "Dagens Næringsliv" (DN) 30th September.

The institute's DoMore!-project makes computers understand how tumours evolve and what kind of treatment is needed, and the op-ed explains why present methods are insufficient.
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Ses vi i morgen?
Big Data and cancer research
Big Data and cancer research
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We are all surrounded by beautiful informatics. Enjoy!
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On Tuesday 19th September 2017, Andreas Kleppe defended his dissertation for the degree of Ph.D. at the Institute for Informatics at the University of Oslo. Colleagues and family were greatly impressed by the young Doctor who will continue his work at our Institute.

The trial lecture was entitled "Challenges and opportunities in digital pathology of tomorrow regarding multimodal data collection, machine learning and validation”. The topic of the dissertation was: "Automatic detection of aberrant chromatin structure predicts prognosis in several cancer types".

Congratulations Dr. Kleppe!
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Fellow Andreas Kleppe will defend his doctoral thesis September 19th. This article explains why his findings are of such importance in our efforts to give cancer patients more accurate prognosis.
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Safer cancer assessment with big data and artificial intelligence. The research project DoMore! will be presented by Professor Håvard E. Danielsen during Tekna and OCCs Health Data Analysis conference in Oslo, 19-20. October.
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