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Digital and computational pathology

Floppy Disks to Diagnostics

| Clare Verrill

Digital pathology is in transition – but soon, computers may take on some of the more time-consuming aspects of our work and provide novel insights

Inside the Lab

Pathologist-Centric AI

| Holger Lange and Cris Luengo

Artificial intelligence has a lot to contribute to pathology – but only with the contribution of pathologists who perform analyses no machine can

Inside the Lab

Think Before You (Don't) Print

| Tormod Schüßler

Specimen misidentification is not uncommon in pathology – but specialized printing solutions can reduce the likelihood of error

Subspecialties

Journey to the Center of the Cell

| Luke Turner

A 3D model allows scientists to view live human cells in an unprecedented way, using an algorithm to display the shape and location of its structures

Inside the Lab

The Innovators 2018

Leading industry innovators showcase their newest and most advanced solutions for pathology and laboratory medicine

Outside the Lab

Nephrology in Your Pocket

| Luke Turner

An award-winning app aims to enhance the nephrology learning experience, facilitate discussion, and attract new people to the field

Inside the Lab

People Power and Machine Learning

| Geoff Twist

A collaboration between industry, academia, and the clinic could lead to more efficient, more personalized cancer diagnosis and treatment

Inside the Lab

From Dream to Deployment

| Sponsored by Leica

Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust and Leica Biosystems have formed a unique partnership to make a 100% digital pathology service a reality

Inside the Lab

Pathologists Versus AI

| Holger Lange and Cris Luengo

Not only is artificial intelligence not intended to replace pathologists – at the moment, it can’t function without them!

Inside the Lab

OK Google: Scan This Slide

| Luke Turner

Google’s AI team have developed an algorithm that can improve the accuracy of breast cancer diagnoses


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