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Spritnyt KU-spinout søger investorer til hjernescanningsprogram

Et nyt firma fra København har udviklet et computerprogram, som skal hjælpe radiologer med hurtigere at finde unormalheder på billeder fra hjernescanninger. Firmaet er nu både på udkig efter en venturefond, som vil skyde penge i projektet, og i færd med at søge midler hos EU.

Robert Lauritzen, adm. direktør i Cerebriu, siger, at selskabets mål er at "gentænke radiologien." | Photo: Cerebriu

Når radiologer i fremtiden kulegraver hjernescanningsbilleder for tumorer eller blødninger, kan de få hjælp fra et computerprogram, der på få sekunder kan spotte unormalheder og give et praj i den rigtige retning.

Det er i hvert fald visionen hos den nystiftede, københavnske virksomhed Cerebriu, hvis hold af iværksættere i øjeblikket afprøver en algoritme, der kan gennemse 500 hjernescanningsbilleder på 20 sekunder, og som skal spare verdens radiologer værdifuld tid.

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