Belfast, Northern Ireland, 12 May 2016 — PathXL is excited to announce the launch of the Digital Pathology Global Pioneer Award. With this award PathXL aims to recognize and celebrate industry professionals who are leading the way in digital pathology regardless of the application area they are focused.
This Peer Nomination award is open to anyone across the world involved in digital pathology. As well as providing recognition for those leading the way, it is hoped it will drive continued innovation as institutions establish and refine their digital pathology offering.
Ranking will be based on the number of votes received by PathXL for each individual as submitted through this online form.
The top 10 pioneers will receive a trophy, a press write up on PathXL’s website, and of course the prestige of being recognized as a pioneer and thought leader in the Digital Pathology Industry.
CEO of PathXL, Des Speed said of the award: “Every day our team speaks with some of the sharpest minds in digital pathology, and over the years we have come to realize that these contributors are not just pathologists, but lab managers, technicians, scientists, educational professionals, vendor representatives and others. With these awards we want to ensure those people who are truly making a difference in their institutions, regions, and for the industry as a whole, are recognized by their peers.”
- Nominations for the Award can be made via this Online Form
- Nomination deadline – July 18th 2016, 5pm EST (10pm UK)
- Nominees will be notified of their ranking between July 20th – 29th
- A list of the top ranked pioneers will be published on the PathXL website on the August 1st 2016
For further information about the Digital Pathology Global Pioneer Awards and to complete the entry form, please visit www.pathxl.com/digital-pathology-global-pioneer-award-2016
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PathXL is a global pioneer in the use of web-based solutions for digital pathology, and provides innovative software for use in drug discovery research, biomarker analysis and education. PathXL’s product for the automated identification and annotation of tumor tissue, TissueMark, was awarded the Frost and Sullivan 2014 European New Product Innovation Award for Automated Image Analysis for Digital Pathology.