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Radiomics: Next Generation of Biomedical Imaging
Schwerpunktprogramm SPP2177

Welcome to the DFG Priority Program SPP2177

Radiomics: Next Generation of Biomedical Imaging

The Priority Programme (PP) SPP2177 is designed to advance the diagnostic and prognostic value of medical imaging by implementing “Radiomics” and advanced image interpretation approaches such as artificial intelligence and deep-learning algorithms in different clinical scenarios.

The specific aims of SPP2177 comprise:

  1. To adapt and implement existing image-analysis algorithms and/or advanced post-processing approaches for clinical and/or population-based research with proof-of-concept of clinical applicability.

  2. To determine the diagnostic value of “Radiomics”-based analysis and/or advanced post-processing of imaging data in different clinically relevant settings.

  3. To determine the prognostic value of “Radiomics”-based analysis and/or advanced post-processing of imaging data in clinically relevant settings.

News

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16. & 17.12.2019
Freiburg im Breisgau

17 projects of many great applicants have been selected

We are privileged to announce that a total of 17 projects of many great applicants have been selected by the German Research Foundation (DFG) for funding in the next 3 years with the Priority Program"Radiomics: Next Generation of Biomedical Imaging".

Please click here to know more about the current projects and members.

Have a look as well on the press release.

Update to the decision about funding of the individual applications

The decision about funding of the individual applications is still pending but expected to be released by end of August 2019.

Poster session containing the 51 grants.

Review of the Priority Programme SPP2177

On May 7, 2019, several scientists in the field of radiomics were invited to the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG, German Research Foundation) head office in Bonn for the evaluation of the applied projects of the Priority Programme SPP2177 “Radiomics: Next Generation of Biomedical Imaging”. Prof. Dr. Fabian Bamberg, coordinator of the SPP2177, gave an introductory talk summing up the ideas and aims of the cluster, followed by a poster session containing the 51 grants for the first three-year funding period, which were internationally evaluated by fifteen distinguished reviewers. The decision about funding of the individual applications is still pending.

Press Releases

Freiburg, 11.09.2019

Acht Millionen Euro für bundesweites Programm zu Künstlicher Intelligenz in der Bildgebung

Hochdurchsatz-Bildgebung und IT-gestützte Nachverarbeitung mit Radiomics und Deep Learning sollen die Aussagekraft biomedizinscher Daten weiter verbessern / Gesamtkoordination am Universitätsklinikum Freiburg

Ein neues Schwerpunktprogramm zum Thema „Radiomics: Nächste Generation der medizinischen Bildgebung“ wird durch die Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) für drei Jahre mit mehr als acht Millionen Euro gefördert. Koordinator des Programms ist Prof. Dr. Fabian Bamberg, Ärztlicher Direktor der Klinik für Diagnostische und Interventionelle Radiologie am Universitätsklinikum Freiburg. Ziel des Programms ist es, automatisierte Auswertungsmethoden medizinischer Bilddaten zu entwickeln und so neue Bildinformationen für die Diagnostik nutzen zu können. Außerdem sollen mit den Hochdurchsatzmethoden neue Möglichkeiten der personalisierten Medizin erschlossen werden. Deutschlandweit werden 17 Projekte gefördert, davon auch mehrere am Universitätsklinikum Freiburg read more.

Contact

Project Management Office
Medical Center - University of Freiburg
Center for Diagnostic and
Therapeutic Radiology
Department of Radiology
Phone: +49761-270-93910
Email: spp-radiomics@uniklinik-freiburg.de

 

The SPP2177 Radiomics Members