ESOTRAC

ESOTRAC invited for a special session at the recent EMIM conference in San Sebastian, Spain

EMIM conference in San Sebastian, Spain
ESOTRAC researchers hosted a well-attended special session on “Early detection of esophageal cancer with advances in photonic imaging” on March 22nd 2018 during this year’s EMIM conference. Vasilis Ntziachristos, coordinator of ESOTRAC, Wolfgang Drexler, ESOTRAC’s OCT specialist and Wouter Nagengast, a long-standing clinical collaborator and expert in esophageal cancer took the audience through a...
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The first consortium meeting

The ESOTRAC consortium gathered for their first consortium meeting at Hotel Europa, Munich from July 20-21, 2017. All partners reported on the proceedings of their respective work packages and discussed the next steps in the project. After two intense, but very productive days, the partners agreed on a design that suits both the clinical needs and technical demands.
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Start of the ESOTRAC website

The website of the ESOTRAC project was started on 28th of April, 2017.
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ESOTRAC kick-off meeting

The ESOTRAC kick off Meeting took place on Jan 19th and 20th, 2017 at Hotel "Bayerischer Hof" in Freising, Germany. The partners had intense, fruitful discussions regarding the project proceedings and the timeline and decided on the most important actions to be taken within the first 6 months. Further discussions on specific WP tasks occurred in smaller subgroups.
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ESOTRAC project was funded by Horizon2020

ESOTRAC project was funded by Horizon2020. The aim of this project is to develop novel photonic components (light sources, optical/optoacoustic scopes) and to innovate novel medical system designs. Then, ESOTRAC performs pilot studies to investigate the functionality of the new endoscope and deliver a novel imaging-feature portfolio offering improved and earlier diagnosis.
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Partners

Helmholtz Zentrum München Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Gesundheit und Umwelt
University of Cambridge
SONAXIS
Medizinische Universität Wien
RayFos Ltd.
Ascenion GmbH
Amplitude Systèmes
Danmarks Tekniske Universitet
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