A patient-centric dataset of images and metadata for identifying melanomas using clinical context.
Human surface anatomy terminology for dermatology: a Delphi consensus from the International Skin Imaging Collaboration.
Human–computer collaboration for skin cancer recognition.
Photography in Clinical Medicine
Metadata and DICOM for Medical Photography.
Frontiers in Medicine
The Role of DICOM in Artificial Intelligence for Skin Disease.
The role of public challenges and data sets towards algorithm development, trust, and use in clinical practice.
Skin lesion analysis toward melanoma detection 2018: A challenge hosted by the international skin imaging collaboration (ISIC).
Developing an international standard for the classification of surface anatomic location for use in clinical practice and epidemiologic research.
Journal of Digital Imaging
Transforming dermatologic imaging for the digital era: metadata and standards.
Skin lesion analysis toward melanoma detection: A challenge at the 2017 international symposium on biomedical imaging (ISBI), hosted by the international skin imaging collaboration (ISIC).
The Lancet Oncology
Comparison of the accuracy of human readers versus machine-learning algorithms for pigmented skin lesion classification: an open, web-based, international, diagnostic study.
Results of the 2016 International Skin Imaging Collaboration International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging challenge: Comparison of the accuracy of computer algorithms to dermatologists for the diagnosis of melanoma from dermoscopic images.
Technique standards for skin lesion imaging: A delphi consensus statement.
Proposed technical guidelines for the acquisition of clinical images of skin-related conditions.
Skin lesion analysis toward melanoma detection: A challenge at the international symposium on biomedical imaging (ISBI) 2016, hosted by the international skin imaging collaboration (ISIC).
Standardization of terminology in dermoscopy/dermatoscopy: Results of the third consensus conference of the International Society of Dermoscopy.
Technology and technique standards for camera-acquired digital dermatologic images: a systematic review.
Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM) 9 Supplement 221: Dermoscopy.
ISIC projects, data, and challenges have been instrumental in over 1,000 scientific publications.