After graduating in Computer Science at the University of Cagliari in 2006, he joined the Digital Health group of CRS4, directing his research activity to the application of ICT in the clinical and biomedical fields, mainly in the areas of telemedicine, interoperability between clinical systems and creation of systems for the treatment of large amounts of biomedical data. His current research interests are focused on the management of complex and heterogeneous clinical data with open standard formats (such as openEHR and HL7-FHIR) and on Digital Pathology. In this area in particular, he has designed and implemented the CRS4 Digital Pathology platform to support diagnosis from digitized slides, collaborating with leading clinical institutions such as the Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm and the COREP consortium. The platform allows to handle, view and annotate scanned images, and it is the core of several use cases in the context of international research projects, focused on remote training (CyTest), clinical trials (ProMort Study) and Artificial Intelligence models%u2019 development from annotated images (DeepHealth).
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