Spotlight on MES-CoBraD: Harnessing AI to Tackle Complex Brain Disorders

Unveiling the remarkable journey of NTUA's DSS Lab's involvement in the MES-CoBraD project, revolutionizing the diagnosis and treatment of complex brain disorders with AI.

We are thrilled to announce that our very own Dr. Christos Ntanos was recently featured in an enlightening article by Horizon: The EU Research & Innovation Magazine.

The article delves into the work of the MES-CoBraD project, a pioneering initiative coordinated by DSS Lab (EPU-NTUA). MES-CoBraD, an EU-funded project, is ambitiously developing a groundbreaking platform to address complex brain disorders, such as Alzheimer’s, epilepsy, and sleep disorders. This platform, based on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and real-world medical data, aims to support clinicians in diagnosing and treating these complex neurological conditions.

The primary goal of MES-CoBraD is to provide personalised care, enabling better health outcomes for patients. By integrating and analysing vast amounts of anonymised information from various sources, including hospitals, existing research databases, and wearable tech, this innovative platform opens up new horizons in understanding, diagnosing, and treating complex brain disorders.

The DSS Lab, known for its focus on advanced computational and AI methodologies to support decision-making, is honoured to contribute to this crucial endeavour.

The Horizon article offers an in-depth look into the science behind the project, the challenges faced, and the future aspirations of the MES-CoBraD team. We invite you to delve into the full piece to gain a comprehensive understanding of this significant project.

Read the full Horizon article here.

More information about the project here