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Abbreviations

Abbreviations

GMB

Adult glioblastoma

pHGG

Paediatric high-grade glioma

UNCAN

EU initiative for understanding cancer

MRI

Magnetic resonance imaging 

SOC

Standard of care

I/O

Immuno-oncology

TTF

Tumour treating fields

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Maastricht, Netherlands

Universiteit Maastricht (UM) - Department of Precision Medicine

UM and the University hospital Maastricht (azM) work together under the umbrella organisation Maastricht University Medical Center+ (Maastricht UMC+) and has three mutually reinforcing core tasks: patient care, research, education and training

The Department of Precision medicine is embedded in the Research School GROW and the Faculty of Health Medicine and Life Sciences at Maastricht University and consists  of The D-lab, the M-Lab and the Clinical Trial unit. The Dpt has the ambition to be, an internationally recognized, leader in “Convergence Sciences”: the intersection of medical Sciences, Biology and Technology. The D-Lab excels at applying artificial intelligence methods, such as explainable deep learning and handcrafted radiomics to medical imaging. The M-Lab is a basic science and translational research laboratory. The Clinical trial unit manages phase 1 & 2 clinical trials, cohort studies and In Silico trials.

Structure

What is UM’s main role?

Responsible for the imaging/radiomics analysis and the multiomics integrations as part of leading patient stratification through radio-multiomics data integration

Managing the imaging platform and the tools needed such as access to a GPU farm and a library of commercial and academic software 

Which work packages is UM involved in?

UM leads work package 4 and contributes to work packages 1, 7 and 8.

Who will represent UM?

Prof. dr. Philippe Lambin

Dpt of Precision Medicine – UM

Structure

Zohaib Salahuddin   

Postdoc, specialized in medical imaging

Structure

Simone Moorman

Project Manager

Structure

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