EuCanImage

ESOI partners in large-scale international EuCanImage Project

ESOI is one of 20 partners of the EuCanImage Consortium, whose €10-million grant proposal has been selected for funding by the European Commission.

EuCanImage is an unprecedented opportunity to create a long-awaited European platform for sharing and leveraging large-scale cancer imaging and non-imaging data.

Read the full text in the “Announcements” section below.

Other Events

European Cancer Summit 2020 – Virtual Edition

November 18-19, 2020

Working Together Against Cancer: Breaking Down Barriers & Saving Lives
Every year, the European Cancer Organisation brings together leading oncology specialists, patient advocates, politicians and policy-makers to discuss the main issues impacting cancer policy, for the benefit of citizens, cancer patients and healthcare professionals across Europe. The European Cancer Summit 2020 will include sessions on the EU Cancer Mission, Europe’s Beating Cancer Plan; the Impact of COVID-19 on Cancer; as well as the subjects covered by the European Cancer Organisation’s Focused Topic Networks.

Find out the latest information about the Summit programme and confirmed speakers on europeancancer.org/summit.

BGICC 2021 – 13th Breast-Gynecological & Immunooncology International Cancer Conference

January 21-22, 2021

Please visit the website for further details.

13th International Congress of Hypterthermic Oncology

October 06-09, 2021
Rotterdam / The Netherlands

Please visit the website for further details.
Click here to view the preliminary announcement.

POSTPONED
Artificial Intelligence 4 Imaging
Radiomics, Deep Learning and Synthetic Data – a hands-on course

December 08-11, 2021

Please visit the website for further details.

Collaborations

ESOI reaches out to other societies!

ESOI is proud to have established close relations with a number of international non-radiological societies that play crucial roles in the field of oncology. By identifying common grounds for collaboration, ESOI aims to work together with its esteemed partners to extend, strengthen and promote multidisciplinarity in cancer management.

Alongside multidisciplinary collaboration, ESOI strives towards working together with national radiological societies as well as other radiological subspecialty societies with the aim of ensuring and providing high quality education.

Collaboration between ESOI and EACR

February 2019

ESOI is proud to announce their signed Memorandum of Understanding with the European Association for Cancer Research.

Collaboration between ESOI and ESDO

February 2019

ESOI is proud to announce their signed Memorandum of Understanding with the European Society of Digestive Oncology.

Collaboration between ESOI and ESSO

January 2019

ESOI is proud to announce their signed Memorandum of Understanding with the European Society of Surgical Oncology.

Collaboration between ESOI and ESTRO

July 2018

ESOI is proud to announce their signed Memorandum of Understanding with the European SocieTy for Radiotherapy and Oncology.

Collaboration between ESOI and SOII

February 2018

ESOI is proud to announce their signed Memorandum of Understanding with the Society of Oncologic Imaging India.

Announcements

Master in Oncologic Imaging

October 2020

We are happy to share an opportunity of E-Learning in Oncologic Imaging provided by the University of Pisa in cooperation with ESOI as follows:

The University of Pisa will start in November an online one-year Master in Oncologic Imaging, to provide integrated notions of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine in oncology. The Master is aimed at graduates in Medicine and Surgery with a Board certification in Radiology or Nuclear Medicine.

E-learning will be provided through online courses.

Attendance of ESOI webinars will be included in the Master teaching programme and accredited to obtain the Master Degree.

 

Master in Oncologic Imaging Programme and Information

CLICK HERE to read the programme and to receive more information.

ESOI partners in large-scale international EuCanImage Project

June 2020

EuCanImage: A new large-scale international project funded by the European Commission to build a secure and federated imaging platform for next-generation artificial intelligence in oncology.

The EuCanImage consortium is pleased to announce that its €10-million grant proposal has been selected for funding by the European Commission, with a perfect evaluation score of 15/15 points. EuCanImage will build a federated, secure and scalable European cancer imaging platform, with capabilities that will enhance the potential of artificial intelligence in oncology. This 4-year research project will start on 1st October 2020 and will comprise 20 world-renown research institutions, companies and clinical centres across Europe and the United States.

The platform will be populated with a new data resource totalling over 25,000 subjects,

… which will allow to investigate unmet clinical needs like never before, such as for the detection of small liver lesions and metastases of colorectal cancer, or for estimating molecular subtypes of breast tumours and pathological complete response.
Moreover, the cancer imaging platform, leveraging the well-established Euro-BioImaging infrastructure, will be cross-linked to biological and health repositories through the European Genome-phenome Archive, allowing to develop multi-scale AI solutions that integrate organ-level, molecular and other clinical predictors into dense patient-specific cancer fingerprints.
Furthermore, to foster international cooperation and leverage existing success stories, the consortium comprises the coordinators of The Cancer Imaging Archive (TCIA), the US cancer imaging repository funded by the National Cancer Institute.

Karim Lekadir, EuCanImage’s Project Coordinator from the University of Barcelona, declared: “EuCanImage is an unprecedented opportunity to create a long-awaited European platform for sharing and leveraging large-scale cancer imaging and non-imaging data. It will leverage world-renown expertise in the fields of radiomics/radiogenomics, artificial intelligence, data protection, data management, and clinical oncology”.

The consortium consists of the following partners:

1. Universitat de Barcelona, Spain (Coordinators)
2. Universiteit Maastricht, Netherlands
3. Erasmus Medical Center Rotterdam, Euro-BioImaging Node, Netherlands
4. Barcelona Supercomputing Center, Spain
5. Centre for Genomic Regulation, Spain
6. University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences / The Cancer Imaging Archive, United States of America
7. Biobanking and Biomolecular Resources Research Infrastructure, Austria
8. Universidad del País Vasco, Spain
9. Lynkeus Srl, Italy
10. Collective Minds Radiology AB, Sweden
11. OncoRadiomics SA, Belgium
12. Siemens Healthcare GmbH, Germany
13. European Institute for Biomedical Imaging Research, Austria
14. European Society of Oncologic Imaging, Austria
15. European Association for Cancer Research, United Kingdom
16. Università di Pisa, Italy
17. Fundació Clínic Recerca Biomèdica / Hospital Clínic de Barcelona, Spain
18. Umeå Universitet, Sweden
19. Gdański Uniwersytet Medyczny, Poland
20. Kauno Klinikos, Lilthuania

Updated European Training Curriculum for Radiology

June 2020

The European Training Curriculum for Radiology (former European Training Charter for Clinical Radiology) is designed to provide a valuable template for training radiologists and to enhance the quality of care for patients throughout Europe.

The 2020 edition of the ETC was created in close collaboration with relevant Subspecialty and Allied Sciences Societies. The updated edition contains such novelties as introduction paragraphs for Levels I and II as well as fully reworked chapters on Medical Imaging Informatics.

For more, visit the ESR Website.