About ThironaThirona develops computer algorithms for analyzing medical imaging data. Currently, Thirona focuses on quantitative analysis of thoracic CT scans. read more
Thirona was founded in 2014 by Eva van Rikxoort and Bram van Ginneken, both scientists at the Radboud University Medical Center in Nijmegen, the Netherlands. Our vision is to bridge the gap between academic developments in medical image analysis and clinical usability. We do this by creating intuitive and user-friendly products that include state-of-the-art deep learning technology to aid medical specialists in their daily tasks.
Since its establishment in 2014, Thirona has quickly grown from a real start-up with two employees to a well-established company with over 30 employees.
Since its establishment in 2014, Thirona has developed three AI software products focusing on the analysis of thoracic CT scans (LungQ), chest X-rays (CAD4TB), and retinal images (RetCAD). For the Coronavirus pandemic in 2020, Thirona has developed two dedicated AI solutions for X-ray and CT (CAD4COVID). Additionally, Thirona offers a certified image analysis service delivering accurate and repeatable measurements from medical images. Thirona is MDR compliant and operates under ISO 13485 certification.
- CEO: Guido Geerts
- Affliated department: Radiology and Nuclear Medicine
- Researchers: Eva Rikxoort & Bram van Ginneken
- Year of incorporation: 2014