Learn More About Image Analysis & Implementation of Digital Pathology in a Clinical Environment

| September 25, 2013

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Workshop Highlights
Implementation of Digital Pathology in a Clinical Environment
Tuesday, October 1, 2013 | 1 – 4 PM | Texas Ballroom C

The workshop will provide the participants with an in-depth discussion of validations and workflow processes. The workshop will focus on validation of the instruments and its impact on lab workflow, validation of immunohistochemistry markers, with focus on implementation of breast algorithms and  CPT and ICD 9-10 coding for digital pathology.  The hands-on-portion of the workshop will consist of real time examples and addressing concerns or issues particular to the participants of the workshop.

The workshop is intended for participants who have made the decision to implement digital pathology in their clinical practice. The session will provide a practical approach for implantation and validation. The discussions will be around adjust laboratory workflow and will be in compliance with the guidelines available by a team of experts with many years of experience.

Presented by:
Marilyn M. Bui, MD, PhD
William DeSalvo, BS, HTL (ASCP)
Kim Dickinson, MD, MBA, MPH
Gregory S. Henderson, MD, PhD


Image Analysis in Research
Tuesday, October 1, 2013 | 1 – 4 PM | Texas Ballroom F

This workshop will offer participants insight into the real-world experiences of researchers currently using image analysis techniques in digital pathology. Topics range from histological preparation and staining variation to large scale clinical studies.  A series of presentations describing image analysis applications will be followed by a panel discussion with emphasis on the advantages and challenges of image analysis in research.  Participants will be able to take advantage of current image analysis user experiences and be able to ask questions pertinent to their own research efforts.

This workshop is intended for anyone interested in using image analysis for a broad spectrum of research applications.

Presented by:
Charles W. Frevert, DVM, ScD
Ryan Hutchinson
Adam Smith, BS

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