Anonymization and annotation data flow in the University of Queensland


The data obtained in the University of Queensland (UQ) will follow a specific data flow that will differ slightly on the one followed by the Clínic Hospital in Barcelona.

Meet iToBoS members. Clare Primiero


Meet our colleague Clare Primiero from the University of Queensland in Australia.

Meet iToBoS members. Gilliosa Spurrier-Bernard


Next in our series meet iToBoS is our MPNEurope colleague Gilliosa Spurrier-Bernard.

Meet iToBoS members. Abigail Goldsteen


In the coming days, you got the opportunity to meet our fantastic iToBoS consortium colleagues who will share some of their expertise- and we have selected a range of diverse topics that are both relevant for the project as well as outside!

iToBoS project presented in the Latino-americano Dermoscopy Congress


iToBoS was discussed in two presentations at the Latino-americano Dermoscopy Congress held at Santiago, Chile in September, 2023. 

Assessing UV Damage to the Skin with AI Image Recognition: What You Need to Know


Exposure to sun ultraviolet (UV) radiation can cause significant damage to the skin, leading to premature aging, sunburn, and an increased risk of skin cancer.

Anonymization and annotation data flow in Hospital Clínic Barcelona


In the iToBoS project we will follow two slightly different data flows depending on the point of origin of the patient’s data, due to differences between data protection regulation in Europe vs. Australia.

How to evaluate patient involvement in a research grant application


Soon it will be autumn, the season of changing leaves- and of grant reviews! And with more and more research funders demanding patient involvement, it's also the time for many of us patient advocates to review grants.

The dawn of Artificial Intelligence


Artificial Intelligence (AI) has become an important tool in healthcare in recent years. AI has the ability to analyze large amounts of data and make predictions that can aid doctors in their diagnoses and treatments. This technology has the potential to revolutionize the healthcare industry and improve patient outcomes. 

AI Model Anonymization


The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and other similar regulations set out many restrictions on the processing of per- sonal data. Similar laws and regulations are being enacted in additional states and countries around the world. Adhering to these regulations can be a complex and costly task.