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Interoperability as a Success Factor for Digital Pathology

The digital pathology landscape is becoming more mature, and an increasing number of pathology departments are investing in digital pathology.  

During this webinar, Dr. André Huisman will focus on one of the settings where e-Pathology is ready to be introduced in the clinical practice: the screening and diagnosis of prostatic cancer in biopsy specimen. 

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About the presenter

Dr. André Huisman graduated from Utrecht University in the Netherlands with a medical computer science degree and a Ph.D. in machine learning using microscopy images. Upon graduation, Dr. Huisman worked on the first large-scale global digital pathology project digitizing the complete workflow (2007). In 2011, Dr. Huisman joined MedicalPHIT, a consultancy firm specializing in Healthcare IT, focusing on interoperability, and imaging. André’s primary focus is pathology informatics and is involved in many laboratory, regional and national projects.