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Leica Biosystems Enhances Integration of Digital Pathology into the Diagnostic Pathway with DICOM Imaging
VISTA, CA –June 17, 2021 – Leica Biosystems, the global leader in pathology workflow solutions, announced today that its Next Generation Aperio GT 450 DX scanner now supports DICOM imaging. Working closely in partnership with Leeds Teaching Hospital NHS as part of the National Pathology Imaging Co-operative (NPIC) program, Leica Biosystems has developed a DICOM implementation that is designed to meet the need of enterprise healthcare organizations to standardize their medical imaging protocols. “Standardisation and interoperability are vital for the successful adoption of digital technologies in healthcare,” said Dr. Darren Treanor, Consultant Pathologist and Director of NPIC. “For over 30 years DICOM has been the standard in medical imaging, and we are championing its use in d...
Leica Biosystems Unveils its Aperio GT 450 DX Digital Pathology Scanner and Delivers Excellence to Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, UK
Leica Biosystems, a global leader in pathology workflow solutions, announced the European launch of its Aperio GT 450 DX digital pathology scanner. This next generation imaging system was unveiled at the highly successful Leica Biosystems Digital Pathology Virtual Summit and is already installed at the Centre of Excellence at Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust NHS, UK. During the summit, nearly 3,000 virtual attendees joined thought leaders from around the globe to hear about the latest topics and advances in digital pathology. The featured attraction: the Aperio GT 450 DX Scanner. Combining patented real-time focusing with custom-designed Leica objectives, it delivers excellent image quality and rapid scanning. This breakthrough technology enables laboratories to scale up digi...
It’s Time for TIME Alexander “Sandy” Borowsky Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Center for Immunology and Infectious Diseases Disclosures Bristol-Meyers Squibb/Celgene: Funded through Investigator Sponsored Research (ISR) program. Discovery proposal. Leica/Aperio: Funded to run the “Genesis” study for primary diagnosis from whole slide images. Honorarium for this presentation. Histolix: Slide-free histology (Levenson and Fereidouni). Pfizer: Pfizer Protocol A9001502, Treatment Resistance Following Therapies (TRANSLATE) site PI. Agenda: In contracting to join the “FLEX” registry. None of these has actually paid me, only funding for the research projects. Objectives • Introduction into the complexity of the TIME and the development of new cancer treatments though di...
Keith Wharton has 30+ years of experience in academic and biopharma settings, including Leica Biosystems, Novartis, and Biogen. Following board certification in anatomic pathology and fellowship training in autopsy pathology and developmental biology at Stanford University, he ran an NIH-funded research laboratory at UT Southwestern Medical Center and held several leadership positions including Pathology course director, Director of the Laboratory of Molecular Pathology, and Associate Dean.
In this webinar, Dr. Keith Wharton reviews a set of published studies using single cell analysis of lung tissues that have provided ground breaking insight into lung development and disease.
High-Resolution Episcopic Microscopy (HREM) using the HistoCore NANOCUT R Rotary Microtome by Leica Biosystems
This white paper highlights how performing automated sections using the Leica HistoCore NANOCUT R microtome led to increased reproducibility of key parameters, like the cutting surface and precise positioning of the block, leading to perfect alignment of the sections, and enhanced quality of 3D reconstructions.