New funding from the Health Data Hub (Bpifrance) for the ANNITIA and CardiHACK projects!

As part of the “Data Challenges in Healthcare” call for projects under the France 2030 plan, IHU ICAN has been awarded 2 grants for its ANNITIA and CardI-HACK projects!

This public funding supports learned societies and healthcare establishments wishing to set up “data challenges”, or competitions in data science, around medical and healthcare issues.

The Délégation ministérielle au Numérique en Santé (Ministerial Delegation for Digital Health), Bpifrance and the Health Data Hub have issued a favorable opinion following hearings by an independent panel of experts for 2 ICAN HCI projects. These 2 projects will benefit from financial support of €200,000, and operational support from the Health Data Hub

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IHU ICAN warmly thanks the jury of this call for projects for their confidence and support in the fight against cardiometabolic diseases!

What projects are we supporting?

This call for projects supports data challenges focusing on specific medical issues in the field of personalized medicine, based on the analysis of available data and the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI).

  • The CardI-HACK project

Conducted by Pr Philippe Charronthis project aims to combine detailed genetic and clinical data and apply artificial intelligence (AI) to progress towards precision medicine through the identification of new bioclinical scores capable of better predict the prognosis of hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM), a rare hereditary disease.

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  • ANNITIA project

Led by Prof. Vlad Ratziu, this project aims to stratify the risk of progression of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) by modeling the simultaneous longitudinal evolution of three non-invasive tests (NIT) using a digital twin.

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