MyBRISK is combining a holistic and precision public health approach to breast cancer control. It will use artificial intelligence applied to digital mammograms, genomics, and personal and family data to stratify women across vastly different levels of breast cancer risk. Its aim is to enable more effective breast cancer screening by having it tailored to a woman’s risk level.
The way Australian women are screened for breast cancer could be fundamentally changed, thanks to a new NHMRC Centre for Research Excellence launched today at the University of Melbourne.
MyBRISK announces a first round of grants to Western Australia and Queensland researchers