Video explaining the aims of the CREDO project and demonstrating how we envisage the technology will be used in the care of cancer patients. The video is available in two different versions, aimed at cancer professionals and clinical researchers, and patients respectively, and in different formats.
Cognitive Science &
COSSAC is an Interdisciplinary Research Collaboration, created in early 2007 in the UK,
which aims to demonstrate the benefits of advanced cancer informatics in the
care of cancer patients in particular.
The IRC combines 3 groups in Oxford University
(focused on engineering "next generation" technologies); University College London
(focusing on clinical applications)
and Edinburgh University (cognitive science).
The IRC builds on research and technology and applications development work
focused on the domain of healthcare
previously carried out by the Advanced Computation Laboratory
at Cancer Research UK.