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Laboratory Quality Assurance and ISO Accreditation for Digital Pathology

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About the presenters

Chloe Knowles is a Biomedical Scientist in Histopathology at St James’s University Hospital in Leeds. In 2019, Chloe was awarded the 'rising star' award by the Advancing Healthcare Awards (AHA), for her role in digitizing the pathology laboratory at St James’s University Hospital in Leeds.

Dr. Williams is a Digital Pathology Research Fellow at Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust and the University of Leeds, where she is a lead investigator on the Northern Pathology Imaging Co-Operative, investigating the clinical adoption of artificial intelligence in pathology. She obtained her medical degree at University College London before commencing histopathology training at Leeds. In 2015, she became the world’s first Leadership Fellow in Digital Pathology, designed and project managed Leeds’ innovative digital pathology pilot deployment and validation.

Darren Treanor, MD, PhD

Dr. Treanor is a Consultant Histopathologist at Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust and Honorary Clinical Associate Professor at the University of Leeds, UK. He is also Guest Professor in Digital Pathology at Linköping University, Sweden, where he works with the university and hospital teams on digital pathology research in a well-established project where 100% of clinical slides are scanned.

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