Conquering Diseases

A Study Looking At Imaging And Artificial Intelligence For Individuals Having A Specific Kind Of Endoscopy.


Seeking men and women over 18 years of age who are having a specific kind of endoscopic procedure with imaging to determine how well a a computer program can analyize these images compared to what your doctor determines.


The purpose of this research is to evaluate the use of a computer program analysis during a procedure where a camera goes down your throat to look at and asses the tubes that drain your liver. The study will use artificial intelligence software to analyze images during the procedure and can suggest a diagnosis based on similar images from other procedures in the past.

What we're hoping for

The main question this study is trying to answer is whether a computer program using artificial intelligence during the procedure can help doctors diagnose conditions during the procedure.

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 Principal Investigator

Neil  Marya, MD

UMass Memorial Health

 Study Contact

The Office  of Clinical Research



UMMH Memorial Campus

281 Lincoln St. 

Worcester,MA 01605