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HTE Internal Meeting 2019: Artificial Intelligence to Study HTE - Published on 06 05 2019

Our annual internal meeting will take place in Paris the 12th of July 2019 at Centre de Recherche des Cordeliers.

Artificial Intelligence (AI) to Study Tumor Heterogeneity in its Ecosystem
12 juillet 2019 – Paris – Centre de Recherche des Cordeliers
09h45 – 17h
Amphitheatre BILSKI-PASQUIER

AGENDA

09h30: Offered Welcome Coffee - Salle Club
HTE Principal Investigators Session:
Achievements and future project in AI - Amphi. Bilski- Pasquier
10h00: Chemotaxis: Emmanuel Barillot
10h30: EcoAML: François Delhommeau
11h00: Moglimaging: Rémi Tesson & Clément Brossard
11h30: Offered Coffee Break - Salle Club
11h45: HetColi : Théo Hirsch
12h15: Pitcher : Sophie Rousseaux / Ekaterina Flin
12h45: Oncobiomics: Rima Ait-Belkacem
13h15: Offered Lunch - Salle Club
Keynote session - Amphi. Bilski- Pasquier
14h00: Pr. Nikos Paragios (TheraPanacea, Centrale Supelec, Inst. G. Roussy)
AI-driven Tumor Quantification for diagnosis, prognosis & treatment 
14h30: Jakob Nikolas Kather (DKFZ German Research Center)
AI approaches to quantify tumor heterogeneity in histology images 
15h00: Offered Coffee break - Salle Club
15:15: Olivier Moindro (Owkin, France)
How Will Data Sciences will impact the medical sciences
15:45: Round Table & Conclusions
End: 16h30

 

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This French program is organized by ITMO Cancer, in collaboration with ITMO BCDE (Cell Biology, Development and Evolution) and ITMO Technologies for Health of the National Alliance for Life Sciences and Health (AVIESAN) with the National Cancer Institute (INCA) and Inserm within the framework of the Cancer Plan. Operational management is entrusted to Inserm.
It was launch in order to develop a critical mass of resources and skills in order to conduct interdisciplinary research projects in the field of functional heterogeneity of cellular tumor relations in their ecosystem: the "HTE Program".

Initiation of HTE Program