Deliverable "D3.3 Design Guidelines for the compliance of the new total body scanner with Medical Device Regulation" submitted

30/07/2021.

The deliverable “D3.3 Design Guidelines for the compliance of the new total body scanner with Medical Device Regulation” has been successfully submitted. 

Deliverable "D3.2 Operational requirements for the AI algorithms and total body dermoscopy" submitted

28/07/2021.

The deliverable “D3.2 Operational requirements for the AI algorithms and total body dermoscopy” has been successfully submitted. This document presents the functionality and requirements of the iToBoS AI‐based modules.

AI-Assisted diagnostic support

15/07/2021.

A manual examination of skin lesions with a dermatoscope is the current standard procedure and state of the art in dermatoscopy. This is a highly laborious process, often limited to a small selection of lesions which excludes registering the state of off-lesion skin regions.

iToBoS at 4YFN

2/07/2021.

iToBoS representatives attended Four Years From Now (4YFN) congress. 4YFN is a startups event within the framework of the MWC, aimed at generating networking between companies, suppliers, developers and the market.

iToBoS at MWC-2021

1/07/2021.

iToBoS members attended the Mobile World Congress 2021. The GSMA welcomed the connectivity industry back to Barcelona for the first MWC in the city since 2019, both in-person and virtually, held from June 28 to July 1.

Deliverable "D2.1. Privacy, data protection, social and ethical issues preliminary guide for iToBoS design and development" submitted

30/06/2021.

The deliverable “Deliverable 2.1. Privacy, data protection, social and ethical issues preliminary guide for iToBoS design and development” has been successfully submitted. The goal of this report is to provide a preliminary guide outlining key privacy, data protection, social and ethical issues to support technical partners in the design and development of the iToBoS solutions.

Deliverable “D1.2 Quality Assurance and Risk Management Plan” submitted

29/06/2021.

The deliverable “D1.2 Quality Assurance and Risk Management Plan” has been successfully submitted.

Deliverable “D11.1 Patient Engagement Plan” submitted

28/06/2021.

The deliverable “D11.1 Patient Engagement Plan” has been successfully submitted. The aim is to ensure the consistent interaction between iTOBOS project partners and the European Melanoma patient advocacy community with two main objectives:

Deliverable “D12.4 Project web site including visual alignment to the strategy with initial content, to be regularly updated” submitted

27/06/2021.

The deliverable “D12.2 Project web site including visual alignment to the strategy with initial content, to be regularly updated ” has been successfully submitted.

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.