University of Glasgow

Founded in 1451, the University of Glasgow is the fourth oldest worldwide. It is a member of the Russell Group and a founding member of both Universitas 21 and the Guild of European Research-Intensive Universities.

The University of Glasgow is the lead organisation for iCAIRD & is working in data analysis & adversarial testing for the SHAIP & Clinical Cockpit systems & algorithms in conjunction with the University of Edinburgh.

Glasgow

University of St.Andrews

The third-oldest university in the English-speaking world, The University of St.Andrews was the first established in Scotland. 80% of its research output is recognised as world-leading and internationally excellent.

The St.Andrews iCAIRD partners will be working with Philips and NHS GG&C colleagues on development & validation of AI algorithms for endometrial, cervical and other tissue type biopsies, in addition to testing the utility of the pathology research image database.

St Andrews

University of Aberdeen

The University of Aberdeen was founded in 1495 and is ranked within the top 200 universities worldwide (QS World Rankings 2019), with over 75% of university research classed as outstanding /excellent.

The University of Aberdeen will coordinate and provide clinical leadership in development and roll out of the SHAIP /Clinical Cockpit mammography exemplar in conjunction with SME Kheiron Medical Technology. The team will also be working on validation of the Deep Cognito SME stroke exemplar and will be assessing iterative real-time performance for both projects.

Aberdeen

University of Edinburgh / EPCC

The University of Edinburgh was founded in 1582 & is one of the world’s foremost research-intensive universities, ranked 4th in the UK for research power, with 83% of research activity classified as world leading or internationally excellent.

The Edinburgh Parallel Computing Centre (EPCC) is a supercomputing centre based within the University of Edinburgh & is involved in a range of activities spanning undergraduate and advanced training programmes, service provision, industrial affiliation, research and contract work.

The University of Edinburgh will conduct adversarial testing of algorithms in conjunction with the University of Glasgow to ensure security. As the Scottish hub for HDRUK, it will also support development and implementation of advanced analytical tools and methodologies with EPCC to build the first national pathology research image data archive.

Edinburgh