The TRUSTroke project, coordinated by the Vall d’Hebron Research Institute (VHIR) and funded by the Horizon Europe program, aims to develop an Artificial Intelligence (AI) platform to personalize treatment for stroke patients. The platform will analyze various factors, including medical records, patient input, and environmental data, to predict risks and complications related to stroke recovery. The goal is to provide clinicians, patients, and caregivers with reliable guidance for personalized treatment and prevention strategies.
The project involves a multidisciplinary partnership of thirteen organizations, including hospitals, research centers, and patient support groups. The platform will undergo testing and validation to ensure accessibility, usability, and reliability before being used in clinical settings. The project is expected to last four years and has a budget of €6,076,437.50.
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