Definiens offering Tissue Studio Webinar – October 1 @ 11:00 AM EDT

| September 21, 2009

Definiens is proud to introduce Tissue Studio™

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The Most Advanced Digital Pathology Image Analysis Solution for Biomarker Translational Research

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Definiens has long been recognized as having the most powerful image analysis solution in the world, with software applications spanning cellular assays, histopathology, medical imaging and even earth remote sensing.

Now, Definiens is proud to introduce Definiens Tissue Studio – the most advanced digital pathology image analysis solution for biomarker translational research.

Definiens Tissue Studio is an out-of-the-box software application that supports a wide array of tissue stains including blue, brown, and red, as well as H&E and IF. The pathologist first trains the system how to identify regions of interest by using the “paintbrush tool” to sample ROI’s on up to 4 images simultaneously, and then simply clicks “Learn and Apply” to complete the training process. The system is then optimized for nuclear, membrane, and /or cytoplasmic biomarker quantification using a simplified workflow. The solution is saved, and is then applied in batch mode for parallel processing either locally, or on a server cluster. No advanced computer programming is needed to create sophisticated, robust image analysis solutions that can uncover clinically relevant, quantitative biomarker attributes.

Definiens Tissue Studio supports all common tissue formats including slides and TMAs; and supports all image formats from Aperio, Hamamatsu, Zeiss, Applied Imaging, Bacus, TissueGnostics, as well as generic file formats (.tiff, .jpeg).

Join online for a demonstration and to answer questions about this new groundbreaking digital pathology image analysis solution

Title:

Introduction to Definiens Tissue Studio

Date:

Thursday, October 1, 2009

Time:

11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT

After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Webinar.


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