Here’s the latest instalment in our news updates from Blackford Platform Partners.

Imaging AI specialist icometrix revealed the results of a year long study conducted by Leuven University, which found children’s brains are most amenable to reading development in the first two years of primary education.

The company also published new work, where perfusion analysis was automated with AIFNet, a deep learning approach for estimating vascular functions. In addition, icometrix continued its sponsored webinar series with ASNR on Alzheimer’s Disease with a 3rd instalment on Amyloid and Tau PET.

Enhanced imaging AI firm Qure.ai received mainstream news coverage of its trial with the NHS in the UK. The trial aims to show that Qure can quickly identify severe injuries in CT scans so that those patients can be prioritized and quickly treated.

Neurodegenerative disease assessment specialist Cortechs.ai posted a new video where neuroradiologist, Dr. Suzie Bash of Radnet, reviews the new NeuroQuant MS quantitative imaging report and its use in the diagnosis and treatment of multiple sclerosis.

Lung disease detection AI company Riverain Technologies posted a new video featuring Chief Science Officer Jason Knapp, who joined Imaging Wire’s Jake Fishman to talk about AI’s journey to improving workflow and patient care.

Medical imaging enhancement specialist Subtle Medical published a landmark study on SubtlePET, demonstrating the real-world clinical validation of deep-learning enhancement of fourfold low-count PET.

The company was also featured in a webinar with Suzie Bash, MD, and Lawrence N Tanenbaum, MD who talked about their experience with SubtleMR at RadNet. Subtle will be exhibiting at ASFNR later this month – be sure to stop by their table and say hello.

And finally, AI-powered breast health solution provider Densitas published an interview with its founder and CEO, which explored why sustainable breast cancer screening service delivery requires efficient patient and process management.

The company was also included in NorthShore’s update about being the first health system in the region to use special artificial intelligence (AI) applications in concert with its breast imaging capabilities.

Stay tuned for more partner news next month!