VALIDATE hosts Fifth Consortium Meeting in Trinity College Dublin

04 July 2024

VALIDATE recently held its fifth consortium meeting at Trinity College Dublin, hosted by ADAPT Director Prof. John Kelleher. VALIDATE is a European Commission-funded project focused on developing and validating an AI Clinical Decision Support system for stroke treatment. The meeting, which took place from the 20th – 21st June, discussed the work packages of the programme highlighting trustworthy AI, clinical model development and validation as well as testing and integration.

The VALIDATE project involves a consortium of nine partners coordinated by Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin. This consortium merges excellence in technical and medical machine learning development with the clinical expertise of three leading stroke hospital partners.

The consortium also benefits from specialised expertise in developing trustworthy AI, software design, and translating AI models into clinical settings with a focus on the regulatory process. By leveraging available medical data and exploring technological opportunities in AI, the consortium aims to develop and validate trustworthy AI solutions for clinical workflows. These efforts seek to surpass current clinical standards, making a significant and sustainable impact on the treatment of acute stroke, thereby improving patient survival, outcomes, and quality of life.

Project Partners include:

  • empirica
  • Technological University Dublin
  • simulamet
  • Heidelberg University Hospital
  • VHIR
  • IBM iX
  • SAFE Stroke
  • NORA

Learn more about VALIDATE and their project partners on their website here.