CLARIFY is a research and innovation project focusing on identifying the risk factors for deterioration in a patient at the end of oncological treatment. Scientists from 12 institutions from 5 different countries work together combining different knowledge and expertise to collect and analyze data through Big Data and Artificial Intelligence techniques to predict patient-specific risk of developing secondary effects and toxicities from their cancer treatments.
On the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, CLARIFY women scientists share their experiences to forward to new generations of women.
CLARIFY´s women scientists are medical oncologists, engineers, mathematicians, chemists and biologists. They live in different countries and find themselves at different stages in their careers but they all work together to improve the quality of life of cancer patients and advance science.
These women use their scientific skills to enhance the well-being of long term cancer survivors: their words remind us to strive for a better world and to support each other.