Current projects

DeepNET-AI segmentation of metastatic liver disease in patients with neuroendocrine tumors. PhD project for Håvard Bjørke Jenssen, main supervisor Andreas Abildgaard. Cooperation with National Center for Neuroendocrine tumors and Computational radiology and AI.

Participating in various projects in Oslo University Hospital lead by Hepato-Pancreato-Biliar (HPB) surgery, Intervention Centre (IVC), Norwegian PSC Research Center,(NoPSC),  National Center for Neuroendocrine tumors and department of Transplantation Medicine at OUS, including but not limited to:

  • New Comet. A randomized controlled trial (RCT) of resection versus thermal ablation of colorectal cancer liver metastases. In cooperation with the Intervention Centre (IVC) and department of Hepato-Pancreato-Biliar (HPB) surgery, PI: Åsmund Fretland (IVC) (Syversveen, Bjørk, Østergaard)
  • ExCalibur. Studying new treatment modalities, and strategies, for patients with colorectal liver metastases and heavy tumor burden. PI: K. Lassen, HPB surgery (Bjørk)
  • Clinical impact on the gut microbiome after liver-tx;MRC with focus on recurrent PSC; PI: Johannes R. Hov, NoPSC (Kemmerich, Bjørk)
  • SECA and TESLA studies. Liver transplantation in patients with ColoRectal Cancer and Liver transplantation in patients with cholangiocarcinoma (PIs : Line, Yaqub, Smedmann) (Syversveen)
  • Post-operativ evaluation of fatty volume after DIEP and fat-transplantation, Department of Plastic Surgery (PI: Davide Impieri) (Lundesgaard, Bjørk, Bjørke Jenssen)
  • Monitoration with microdialysis after Whipple (MINIMUM) (PI.: Espen Lindholm) (Issa-Epe, Østergaard)

Participating in various projects with International collaborators (including but not limited to):

  • iPSC MR study group: Validation of DiStrict Score: Multicenter retrospective study in collaboration with NOPSC and Karolinska Institutet (Kemmerich, Bjørk)
  • External Validation of a Self-Learning Auto-Segmentation Model for CRLM Assessement (COALA) in collaboration with Amsterdam UMC, Department of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine, Amsterdam, the Netherlands (Bjørke Jenssen, Kemmerich, Kolrud, Syversveen)
  • CAMINO spin-off: Long-term follow-up of indeterminate small lesions seen on MRI in patients scheduled for local therapy of CRLM (LTFU), International multicenter prospective diagnostic accuracy study in collaboration with Amsterdam UMC, Department of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine, Amsterdam, the Netherlands (Kemmerich, Syversveen)
  • PHAIR-consortium: Pancreatobiliary and Hepatic Artificial Intelligence Research (PHAIR) UMC Utrecht, Padova University, Amsterdam UMC, University of Colorado, Intervensjonssenteret OUH , etc. (Bjørke Jenssen)
  • Fontan Livers: A combined AI and radiomics approach to advanced liver analysis, Michian Technological University, Betz Congenital Heart Center Michigan, Harvard Medical School (Bjørke Jenssen)
 
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