Kraków home to new European centre for computational medicine
Computational diagnostics is a rapidly advancing technological domain. It deals with statistical models and algorithms to analyse large-scale genomic datasets for diagnostic and prognostic purposes. By detecting patterns that are predictive for specific entities, it is crucial for the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of certain diseases. The EU-funded Sano project will create a European centre for Computational Medicine in Kraków, Poland. It will boost and drive the development of new methods in healthcare and diagnosis via novel personalised approaches to patient treatment. The new emerging methods will reduce costs and improve treatment efficacy. The new centre will boost knowledge, and facilitate knowledge and technology transfer in the whole sector.
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Funding SchemeCSA - Coordination and support action