Free Webinar: What are the Technical Barriers to the Adoption of Digital Pathology

| September 15, 2012

September 19, 2012 | 11:00AM – 12:00PM EST


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This webinar is the second in the DPA, Association of Pathology Informatics (API), and CAP Today's series of one-hour webinars focusing on the barriers to adoption of digital pathology. Technical Barriers to the Adoption of Digital Pathology will feature Sean Costello, Head of Product Management – Digital Pathology at Leica Microsystems, and Kim Dickinson, Senior Medical Director – Integrated Oncology at US Labs. The webinar will be moderated by Robert McGonnagle, publisher of CAP Today.

All of the webinars in this series serve as a bridge between the recent, comprehensive article about regulatory aspects of digital pathology that appeared in CAP Today (see: Regulators Scanning the Digital Scanners) and the two most important, national conferences focusing on digital pathology, Pathology Visions 2012, the annual conference of the DPA, to be held October 28-31, 2012 and Pathology Informatics 2012 to be held October 9 – 12, 2012 in Chicago.

There is no charge to participate in the webinar, however advance registration is required.


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ARE YOU A MEMBER OF API, CAP, OR ANOTHER ASSOCIATION?

Members of AACR, ACVP, API, APF, ASCO, ASCAP, CAP, CSP, NSH, STP, and USCAP receive registration discount for Pathology Visions 2012.

DPA members aren’t the only association members that will have the opportunity to receive a discounted registration for Pathology Visions 2012. A special affiliate rate has been negotiated for members of the following organizations: AACR, ACVP, API, APF, ASCO, ASCAP, CAP, CSP, NSH, STP, and USCAP. The Affiliated Association & Society registration is all-inclusive.

If you are a member of any of these associations look for an e-mail from your association with registration instructions and a discount code or contact the DPA staff for more information.

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Category: Digital Pathology News, Pathology News

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