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15-Sep-2018Small organ segmentation in whole-body MRI using a two-stage FCN and weighting schemesValindria, V; Lavdas, I; Cerrolaza, J; Aboagye, EO; Rockall, A, et al
5-Apr-2018RNA and microRNA Stability in PAXgene-Fixed Paraffin-Embedded Tissue Blocks After Seven Years' Storage.Sanchez, I; Betsou, F; Culot, B; Frasquilho, S; McKay, SC, et al
11-Apr-2018A methodology to extract outcomes from routine healthcare data for patients with locally advanced non-small cell lung cancerWong, S-L; Ricketts, K; Royle, G; Williams, M; Mendes, R, et al
22-Nov-2018Automatic L3 slice detection in 3D CT images using fully-convolutional networksKanavati, F; Islam, S; Aboagye, EO; Rockall, A; Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust- BRC Funding
3-May-2018Extracting DNA from FFPE Tissue Biospecimens Using User-Friendly Automated Technology: Is There an Impact on Yield or Quality?Mathieson, W; Guljar, N; Sanchez, I; Sroya, M; Thomas, GA, et al
2-Oct-2018Can the completeness of radiological cancer staging reports be improved using proforma reporting? A prospective multicentre non-blinded interventional study across 21 centres in the UKPatel, A; Rockall, A; Guthrie, A; Gleeson, F; Worthy, S, et al
13-Aug-2018Copy-number signatures and mutational processes in ovarian carcinomaMacintyre, G; Goranova, TE; De Silva, D; Ennis, D; Piskorz, AM, et al
1-Nov-2018Neoantigens in ovarian cancer: embarrassment of riches or needles in a haystack?McNeish, IA; Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust- BRC Funding; Cancer Research UK
28-Sep-2018Methylation of all BRCA1 copies predicts response to the PARP inhibitor rucaparib in ovarian carcinomaMcNeish, IA; Kondrashova, O; Topp, M; Nesic, K; Lieschke, E, et al
7-May-2018Multi-modal learning from unpaired images: Application to multi-organ segmentation in CT and MRIValindria, V; Pawlowski, N; Rajchl, M; Lavdas, I; Aboagye, EO, et al