The $ 10 million grant will bring about a revolutionary early detection of melanoma, completing 15 images along Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria.
The University of Diamantina Institute of Queensland will establish the Australian ACRF Center of Excellence in Melanoma Imaging and Diagnosis.
Director of the UQ Dermatology Research Center Professor H. Peter Soyer said the center has joined the leading 3D technology technology.
"Melanoma is Australia's national cancer, the Australians are affecting 12 times worldwide, the most common Australian cancer in 15 to 40 years," said Soyer.
"Early discovery is the key to preserving life and achieving a vision of a world without melanoma."
The 3D image system takes a body image of milliseconds to improve the identification and monitoring of lesions, reducing the number of appointments and health costs.
Australian Cancer Research Foundation CEO Professor Ian Brown said the scholarship country would boost the research capacity of melanoma.
"ACRF Australia's Excellence Center is the first global approach to improving the first detection of Melanoma Imaging and Diagnosis, facing the most significant burden of national melanoma," Brown said.
"The machine supplies capital and regional centers in Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria, a potential to expand the vast network of Australia, linked to innovative telemedicine capabilities, which will improve the ability to improve premature melanoma, save lives."
For each 3D rendering machine of 15 images, 3,000 analyzes per year may be approximately 100,000 digital avatars within approximately three years.
A large set of data will inform the center's capacity for other clinical studies, including the computation of artificial intelligence algorithms, to make a decision-making clinic.
The center is a partnership between the University of Queensland, the University of Sydney and the Monash University, together with state-based research and health system partners.
Australian Government Representative Sir Peter Cosgrove AK MC (Retd) and Lady Cosgrove Honors at the Admiralty House in Sydney.
3D footage image machine is available for multimedia use.
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