3, 2, 1 and we are live!

On the first of March, 2021, Dermloop went live on the Department of Plastic Surgery at Herlev Hospital. The doctors can now take clinical and dermoscopic images of their patients skin lesions, give their best guess at a diagnosis, and receive direct clinical feedback when the pathological evaluation is ready. This sort of systematic and … Continue reading 3, 2, 1 and we are live!

AISC Webpage is live!

The AISC Research and Innovation Consortium webpage, AISCresearch.com, is finally live!The webpage is the focus and distribution point for all AISC news, a means of conveying the AISC vision to future collaborators and emerging partnerships. The webpage allows the research team to convey the research and innovation progress to all who might be interested. AISC … Continue reading AISC Webpage is live!

New partnership emerges

A new collaboration has just been confirmed between the AISC Research Consortium and the Research Unit for General Practice at the University of Copenhagen. This new collaboration is initially funded by AISC and will drive a series of qualitative studies regarding the implementation of new technology in the GP setting. The research projects are directed … Continue reading New partnership emerges

Introducing AISC Research: The Web Page

As of December 2020, all news regarding the journey of the AISC Research Consortium and Team will be gathered and published at the AISCResearch webpage. Read about new publications, study phase-shifts, funding, media coverage, employments, collaborations across regions and countries. AISC Research – The workflow of the future, but now

Hiring an additional software developer

We would like all to welcome Patrick to AISC. Patrick is the second software developer to join the AISC consortium, employed with MelaTech part time. Patrick will initially focus on the user-tracking capabilities of the DermLoop Learn application, in order to feed the AI and subsequently give the future users the fastest and best learning … Continue reading Hiring an additional software developer

Thank you AI-funding Region H

The AISC consortium just finished another fund application, this time lead by medical student Louisa Bønløkke Hansen, and was given funds to further develop the case-library from current 5.000 to 20.000 cases by June 2021. The money will be spend on 5 additional medical students to extract data working part-time under the leadership of Louisa, … Continue reading Thank you AI-funding Region H