News | Analytics Software | October 06, 2015

HealthMyne Inc. and Moffitt Cancer Center Sign Imaging Analytics Technology Agreement

Deal will create structured, mineable repository of de-identified thoracic tumor descriptors to evaluate samples for imaging biomarkers

HealthMyne Inc, Moffitt Cancer Center, imaging analytics technology agreement, thoracic oncology

Image courtesy of Siemens Healthcare

October 6, 2015 — HealthMyne Inc., a clinical imaging informatics company, has agreed to a research and product evaluation agreement with Moffitt Cancer Center. The primary objective of the agreement is the implementation of an imaging analytics software platform, with an initial focus on thoracic oncology.

One important component of the technology agreement is a structured, mineable repository of de-identified tumor descriptors that will allow investigators to evaluate samples for imaging biomarkers.  “The tumor characterization and data mining capabilities that the HealthMyne solution provides will help to accelerate our efforts to identify and validate important radiomic signatures,” said Robert J. Gillies, Ph.D., chair of the Department of Cancer Imaging and Metabolism at Moffitt.  “We have moved from viewing images as pictures to seeing them as data, and that is a very empowering clinical care step.”

For more information: www.healthmyne.com

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