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This Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we talked to Dr. Richard Ha about his research and how artificial intelligence is changing the future of breast cancer screening.
Scientists from the Department of Radiology are using artificial intelligence to extract information from standard-of-care CT scans that has potential to individually assess cancer treatments.
Source:American Association for Cancer Research
In a new study from Columbia Radiology, researchers utilized artificial intelligence (AI) to train algorithms to predict tumor sensitivity to three systemic cancer therapies.
Studies have shown that lung cancer screening is heavily underutilized. ColumbiaDoctors Tarrytown Radiology is working to change that.
- September 9, 2019
A few questions when scheduling an MRI cancer will help patients determine whether the system can give them the quality needed for accurate prostate cancer diagnosis.
Source:Radiology BusinessNovember 5, 2018
Richard Ha, MD of Columbia Radiology discusses his latest study involving the use of AI to predict how breast tumors will respond to chemotherapy.
- March 28, 2017
Columbia and NewYork-Presbyterian to participate in program led by the Foundation for the National Institutes of Health Biomarkers Consortium