The manuscript titled "A Deep Learning Model for Segmentation of Geographic Atrophy to Study Its Long-Term Natural History", with Bart Liefers as first author, has been accepted for publication in Ophthalmology. Read more →
A-eye Research Group
The A-eye Research Group aims at bringing artificial intellingence solutions to healthcare and, specifically, eye care. Our expertise lies in developing retinal image analysis methods based on deep learning technology for detection, diagnosis and quantification of retinal diseases. Application areas are automated screening of eye diseases, namely AMD, DR and glaucoma, for cost-effective triage of patient at risk; extraction of quantitative image biomarkers from multimodal data for accurate analysis of large population-based datasets; and the development of computer-aided solutions for personalized diagnosis and treatment of retinal diseases.
Freerk Venhuizen has defended his doctoral thesis, titled "Machine Learning for Quantification of Age-Related Macular Degeneration Imaging Biomarkers in Optical Coherence Tomography". Read more →
The manuscript titled "Evaluation of a deep learning system for the joint automated detection of diabetic retinopathy and age‐related macular degeneration", with Cristina González-Gonzalo as first author, has been accepted for publication in Acta Ophthalmologica. Read more →
Clarisa Sánchez presented at the CORR Ophthalmic Imaging Symposium 2019 in Rotterdam. Read more →