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Diagnostics Technology and innovation, Histology, Biochemistry and molecular biology

Deep learning to guide Molecular pathology - What this means for your lab?

sponsored by Philips

Cancer care has evolved over time to precise, targeted & personalized therapy options. This evolution is primarily fueled by molecular pathology, which is now under pressure from increasing tests and a shortage of pathologists. Join Prof. Manuel Salto-Tellez, Queens University Belfast & Dr. Peter Hamilton, Business Lead for Philips DPS to discover how Philips deep learning software, TissueMark will assist by reducing the workload for your molecular lab through automated annotation of digital H&E tumor tissue image and cellular profile estimation to facilitate high impact molecular tests.

What you will learn about TissueMark:

  1. Potential to save valuable time of lab personnel with a streamlined, high throughput routine workflow with easy access to case information
  2. Enables accurate region of interest detection and cellular profile estimation
  3. Facilitate streamline biomarker discovery & research

**TissueMark is a research application and not intended for diagnostic, monitoring or therapeutic purposes or in any other manner for regular medical practice.. PathXL is the legal manufacturer of TissueMark, a Philips company.

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