PhD candidate Dimitris Karagiannis awarded with Fulbright Foundation Scholarship in order to conduct research at the Intelligent and Connected Systems Lab in the Department of Electrical Engineering at Columbia University, USA.

A new article titled “Motion synchronisation patterns of the carotid atheromatous plaque from B-mode ultrasound” has been accepted for publication in Nature Scientific Reports.

SMARTY is a Self-Assessment and Monitoring Tool for COVID-19 based on Audio Records and Artificial Intelligence

Students are participating in several projects with the aim of crafting solutions that could help in tackling the COVID-19 crisis.

Professor Nantia Nikita has been featured as a prolific IEEE author on the IEEE Xplore page

A new article titled “New-Onset Psychosis Associated With a Lesion Localized in the Rostral Tectum: Insights Into Pathway-Specific Connectivity Disrupted in Psychosis” has been published in Schizophrenia Bulletin journal

On January 29, 2020, Professor Andreas Andreou, Johns Hopkins University, visited BioSim and spoke about "Sounds of the Heart”

Nantia Nikita was an invited speaker at the "Multidisciplinary Care Discussions in Oncology (MDcON 2019)" Conference, that took place on 8-9 November 2019, in Athens, Greece.

On Tuesday, October 22, BioSim hosts a lecture by Dr Nicolas Karakatsanis entitled “Quantitative and cost-effective Positron Emission Tomography: towards multi-parametric molecular imaging and utilization of sparsely-distributed detectors configuration"

Positions for software development within a joint program on biomedical image computing and machine learning, launched by BioSim and the Center for Biomedical Image Computing and Analytics (CBICA).