Bachelor's Degree in Research Support

25/06/2021.

The selection process for 1 Bachelor's Degree in Research Support from the Clinical Foundation for Biomedical Research (FCRB) is called to form part of the research project: “iToBoS: Intelligent Total Body Scanner for Early Detection of Melanoma” Funded by European Commission.

Differential value of iToBoS

20/06/2021.

iToBoS tackles the limitations of currently available systems, by designing a novel tool that will help practitioners during the diagnostic process. The diagnosis for a given exploration will be enhanced with all the data available for the patient, including, but not being limited to, genomics, clinical history, previous dermoscopy, etc.

iToBoS presented in the World Congress of the International Dermoscopy Society

13/06/2021.

iToBoS project was presented in the World Congress of the International Society of Dermoscopy The congress was held virtual due to safety reasons related to COVID-19.

iToBoS introduced in a webinar on skin cancer by AECC

11/06/2021.

Dr. Malvehy. Director of the Skin Cancer Unit, consultant for the Dermatology Service of the Hospital Clínic de Barcelona and RICOH, both partners of the iToBoS project, supported the webinar led by the Spanish Association Against Cancer (Asociación Española Contra el Cancer, AECC) on skin cancer. The event was held in Spanish.

[GE] Das von der EU finanzierte Projekt iToBoS zielt darauf ab, ein ganzheitliches Diagnose- und Bewertungsinstrument für die Früherkennung von Melanomen zu schaffen

5/06/2021.

iToBoS ist ein Forschungsprojekt, das durch das Forschungs- und Innovationsprogramm Horizon 2020 der Europäischen Union finanziert wird. Ziel ist es, ein neues Diagnoseinstrument für die Früherkennung von Melanomen zu entwickeln, das alle verfügbaren Informationen des Patienten nutzt.

D12.1 Communication, Dissemination, Outreach and Engagement Plan (1st version)

30/05/2021.

The deliverable “D12.1 Communication, Dissemination, Outreach and Engagement Plan (1st version)” has been successfully submitted. This document is the first release of the Communication, Dissemination, Outreach and Engagement Plan, belonging to the Work Package 12 (Communication, Dissemination and Exploitation Activities) of the iToBoS project.

Deliverable "D3.1 Operational requirements for the total body skin scanner" submitted

26/05/2021.

The deliverable “D3.1. Operational requirements for the total body skin scanner” has been successfully submitted. 

Deliverable “D1.1 Online Project collaboration space and communication instruments” submitted

23/05/2021.

Deliverable D1.1 “Online Project collaboration space and communication instruments” has the aim of providing a collection of software services and resources deployed and/or configured to serve the project collaboration and communication needs.

[GE] Fraunhofer HHI startet Arbeit an EU-Forschungsprojekt IToBoS

21/05/2022.

Das Fraunhofer Heinrich-Hertz-Institut (HHI) hat die Arbeit am Forschungsprojekt IToBoS „Intelligent Total Body Scanner for Early Detection of Melanoma“ aufgenommen.

iToBoS presented in Clinical Trials portal

15/05/2021.

The (overarching) iToBoS Project involves 18 research partners spanning the European Union (including UK and Israel), and 1 Australian partner. The overall aim is to develop an AI assisted diagnostic platform for the early detection of melanoma.