ESGE Medtronic AI Research
Congratulations to the round one winners!
ESGE announced the 8 winners of round one of the ESGE Medtronic Research Award at ESGE Days 2021. The Research Committee were impressed by the high quality of applications received and would like to thank all who applied. A short film has been made featuring the winners, which can be watched here, and also at the ESGE Days 2021 Awards Hub, during the on demand period until May 31, 2021.
|Evaluation of ArTificial Intelligence System (Gi-Genius) for adenoMa dEtection in Lynch Syndrome. A randomized, parallel, multicenter, controlled trial. TIMELY study.||Maria Pellise||Spain|
|Impact of computer-assisted detection (CADe) on BRIDGing the gap between Experienced and less Experienced Endoscopists during colonoscopy: A multi-center randomized controlled superiority trial||Mohamed Abdelrahim||United Kingdom|
|Artificial Intelligence in Colonoscopy for Cancer Prevention||Yuichi Mori||Norway|
|The CERTAIN study: Combining Endo-cuff in a Randomized Trial for Artificial Intelligence Navigation||Marco Spadaccini||Italy|
|Accuracy of Artificial Intelligence-based Colonoscopy in Lynch Syndrome: when you should never miss an adenoma||Cláudia Pinto||Portugal|
|Performance of artificial intelligence in colonoscopy for right colon polyp detection: a randomized controlled trial||Jenny Tannoury||France|
|Improving polyp detection rate by artificial intelligence in colonoscopy training||Tom André Pedersen||Norway|
|A national Registry of Artificial Intelligence for the detection of colorectal Neoplasia: Modifying Adenoma dEtection rate in Real world practice||Bu'Hussain Hayee||United Kingdom|