Digital Pathology & AI
Adopting digital pathology enables pathologists to manage and interpret information generated from a digitized glass slide. Coupled with AI tools, pathologists can benefit from efficiencies in their workflow. Learn how to start transforming your lab with guidance from experts in the field.
The Chasm Between Traditional and Digital Pathology
Rajesh C. Dash, Professor of Pathology and Medical Director LIS
Digital imaging in medicine has come a long way with numerous technology advances and global adoption in many clinical care settings. Digital imaging in Anatomic Pathology has also advanced significantly but remains among the last of the medical fields to undergo a complete digital transformation.
The Value of Multiplex Staining in the Diagnosis of Cancer
Current technology allows tumors to be painted with multiple colors, termed multiplex staining. Multiplex staining today used in research, may also assist with cancer diagnoses clinically via: preservation of tissue, improved diagnostic accuracy, and enhanced diagnostic insight.
Going Digital: The "Why's" and "How's" of Adopting Digital Pathology
In recent years, digital pathology has gone from an intriguing idea to an integral part of how academic and commercial labs operate. Join Leica Biosystems and Procia Digital Pathology as they discuss why institutions are going digital today and how they...
Pathology’s Modern-Day Water Cooler: Digital Pathology Connections Community
There is a new community called Digital Pathology Connections (DPC) that is quickly becoming pathology’s modern-day water cooler. DPC is a virtual global community by pathologists for pathologists to provide a hub for educational content and discussion of timely topics.