Machine Learning for Neurology
Brainminer has developed an automated system for analysing MR brain scans, providing the clinician with an easily interpreted report that aids their diagnosis of dementia.
We aim to extend this system to support the diagnosis of other brain conditions in the near future.
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DIADEM v1.4 is released
Building on the earlier CE-marked v1.0 Brainminer has recently completed development of v1.4 which is also CE marked. The product has been designed to assist with improving the diagnostic confidence and accuracy of Alzheimer’s and other dementias, particularly in a non-specialist setting. The single page report developed with significant clinician input is intended to ensure clear communication of the key brain regional volume parameters to enable faster clinical decisions and report generation. This improves radiology department workflow and efficiency. A recent study by Pemberton and colleagues demonstrated the potential benefit of an earlier version of the DIADEM tool in a specialist setting. DIADEM v1.4 is now in the process of a full clinical evaluation at a major London Hospital.
Brainminer partner London Medical Imagine & Artificial Intelligence Centre launches
London Medical Imagine & Artificial Intelligence Centre launched, with Brainminer as one of the 10 UK-based SMEs.
Led by King’s College London, the new Centre will train sophisticated artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms from NHS medical images and patient data, to provide tools for clinicians to speed up and improve diagnosis and care across a number of patient pathways including dementia, heart failure and cancer.
Richard Littlehales appointed Chairman of Brainminer Ltd
Richard is an accountant turned entrepreneur. He has a background in economics and finance, a range of international CFO roles and remains a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants. Seeking a career change to the highly dynamic world of start-ups, he left the clutches of accountancy and become fully engaged in early stage medical technologies. As well as Chairing Brainminer Richard provides input to corporate strategy and finance. In addition to his role at Brainminer, Richard is the CEO of AIBODY.IO, a London-based company with the lofty claim of having developed the world’s most sophisticated medical simulation software platform. He is also a director of Eagle Eye Neuro Navigation, a new “light” surgical navigation technology, and founder of SARgard with patented RF radiation shielding technology. Richard also chairs the Faculty of Engineering and Informatics Advisory Board at the University of Bradford.