Imaging Data

Imaging Data

Whether you would like to increase the value of your medical imaging data through better annotations or extract new insights via analysis, Rancho’s scientists can provide curation, organizational strategy, and analytical support across several types of imaging modalities.

  • Neuroimaging

  • Digital pathology

  • High content experiments


Rancho can provide high-quality imaging data services that include:

  • Data Modeling

  • Data Aggregation and Curation

  • Data Analysis & Reports

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Imaging Data Services

Data Modeling

Medical imaging creates vast amounts of data that need to be properly stored and organized to maximize its value. Rancho Biosciences can create conceptual, logical, or physical data models for imaging data that leverage existing models and can be customized to your needs. Our scientists are experienced in data modeling and have subject matter expertise in different imaging modalities. When they create a model, they consider the complexity of your imaging data. Rancho Biosciences can build a stand-alone model or embed it in a larger “omics” model, linking the data to other collected biospecimens.


Data Curation

For accurate interpretation of medical images across datasets, the images need to be well documented, and their metadata standardized. With expertise in this area, Rancho scientists can ensure that data meets F.A.I.R. data standards. Rancho scientists have experience in the aggregation, automated extraction, and integration of imaging data such as H&E, single biomarker or multiplex IHC, structural and functional MRI, and PET. Our scientists have both clinical and technical knowledge that will help maximize the value of your imaging data. Rancho scientists have experience working with clinical data and research data from a variety of diseases such as Parkinson’s Disease, Alzheimer’s Disease, Traumatic Brain Injury, Huntington’s disease, and from oncology and immunology studies, and are well-versed in applying imaging data standards. Their understanding of the study process e.g., data lineage from biospecimen collection to scanning of an image, will ensure that the value of your annotations is maximized.

Data Analysis & Reports

Imaging data is highly advanced and can be technically challenging. Our scientists have real-life experience handling imaging data from various modalities and understand its complexity. Rancho scientists can build tools to visualize your data, evaluate quantified measurements from processing algorithms, create pipelines to compare different image processing algorithms through statistical testing, provide reports and QC support, and prepare your data for further downstream analysis.

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