30th April 2021 - 10:30am - 14:25 CET

Transforming Digital Pathology

Integrating AI to move towards Precision Pathology.

Digital Pathology has been improving the quality and speed of patient care forever and is rapidly becoming the new standard of care. However, this advancement demands a strong connection between the internet, laboratory information systems and electronic medical records that artificial intelligence could help solve. Integrating AI in digital pathology is a much needed and important step towards achieving a greater and profound impact on the patient experience. 

This webinar is scheduled to take place on 30th April 202110:30 AM to 14:25 CET, and will serve as a platform to further discuss and understand the strength of digital pathology tied with AI. The webinar will provide an insight into the practical aspects of implementing digital pathology into clinics and applications in AI settings.


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Our Expert Speaker Panel Includes:

Dr. Johan Lundin

Research Director, FIMM and Professor in Medical Technology at Karolinska Institute, Stockholm

Dr. Anil Parwani

Professor of Pathology, The Ohio State University, USA

Professor David Snead

Consultant Pathologist, University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire, Professor of Pathology Practice at the University of Warwick and Founding director, PathLAKE 

Dr. Fayyaz Minhas

Assistant Professor, PathLAKE Consortium, Warwick University, England, UK

Dr. Jennifer Hay

Laboratory Manager, Glasgow Tissue Research Facility, Scotland, UK 

Dr. Gareth Bryson

Consultant Pathologist and Clinical Lead for Technology, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, Honorary Clinical Associate Professor, University of Glasgow, Scotland, UK

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