iToBoS introduced in the Università degli studi di Trieste

10/05/2021.

The project has been presetedn in the Clinical Department of Medical, Surgical and Health Sciences, in the University of Trieste The article is written in Italian.

iToBoS introduced in the Ordine Nazionale dei Biologi

8/05/2021.

With the title "Al via il progetto iToBoS Intelligent Total Body Scanner for Early Detection of Melanoma” iToBoS project is presented in the Ordine Nazionale dei Biologi.

iToBoS presented in Azienda sanitaria universitaria Giuliano Isontina

7/05/2021.

IToBoS is presented as a "Intelligent Total Body Scanner for Early Detection of Melanoma". The article is written in Italian.

iToBoS introduced in Geos News

6/05/2021.

The project is presented as artificial intelligence for the early diagnosis of cutaneous melanoma.

iToBoS presented in Il Fruili

6/05/2021.

The project is presented as early diagnosis of cutaneous melanoma through artificial intelligence and points out that the University of Trieste is also part of the project, coordinated by the University of Girona and funded by the European community with the H2020 Programme.

iToBoS presented in advanced dermoscopy workshop

24/04/2021.

iToBoS supported this theoretical and practical course which was led by Dr. Malvehy, scientific partner of the project. A holistic assessment tool as iToBoS is proposing should understand the specific characteristics of every patient in order to enable a personalised, early detection of melanoma.

iToBoS project presented in the 10th World Congress of Melanoma

18/04/2021.

The 10th World Congress of Melanoma in conjunction with the 17th EADO Congress was held under the auspices of the Melanoma World Society (MWS) and European Association of Dermato-Oncology (EADO).

Kick Off meeting. Gallery

12/04/2021.

Additional images from the kick-off meeting are available, illustrating the content and some aspects we discussed.

Kick Off meeting

9/04/2021.

The Kick-Off meeting for iToBoS project was held online, as the global COVID-19 pandemic still does not facilitate face-to-face events. 

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