Directeur.e(s) de recherche
Arnaud Droit
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Title of the research project
Development of deep learning algorithms for clinical diagnosis using mass spectrometry data

The first objective of the project is to design efficient convolutional network classification models (CNNs) using mass spectrometry data (1D and 2D) for clinical diagnosis (cancer and infection).

Once finalized, the second objective is the interpretation of these classification models in order to identify spectral regions of interest that may correspond to new diagnosis or therapeutic biomarkers.


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