Machine learning-driven multidimensional imaging analysis of reactive and neoplastic lymph nodes
Duration: January 2020 – December 2022
Funded by Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF)
Combining two-dimensional histological sections, three-dimensional immune-histological sections, and four-dimensional moving lymphocytes, with the aid of machine learning methods (e.g., to address small data sets, incorporate a priori knowledge), Patho234 will produce a realistic human lymph node model consisting of exact tissue and cell structure measurements. This lymph node model will provide insight into inflammatory and neoplastic diseases, both of which impact the immune system in distinct ways. Furthermore, it will be used to build on promising first applications of machine learning methods on histopathology in new (three and four) dimensions.
- Prof. Martin-Leo Hansmann (Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies and Goethe University Frankfurt),
- Prof. Frederick Klauschen (Charité University Medicine),
- Prof. Klaus-Robert Müller (Technical University of Berlin)
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