We recently published our work on the repeatability of cardiac magnetic resonance radiomics, with a multi-centre multi-vendor test-retest study, together with our collaborators from the Queen Mary University London. This study investigates a new image analysis toolkit for MRI scans, providing a comprehenvise guide to selecting the most robust features for clinical MRI radiomics models and has been published in Frontiers in Cardiovascular Medicine.
The study explains how Radiomics analysis can help to better diagnose heart disease.
The full paper can be found here and the main contributors and authors from BCN-AIM were: Polyxeni Gkontra, Akshay Jaggi and Karim Lekadir.
Additional answers can be found in this interview with the first author, BHF Clinical Research Fellow, Dr Zahra Raisi-Estabragh, published in The William Harvey Research Institute news – here.