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Digital Pathology: Expanding the Microscope Slide Box

Digital Pathology: Expanding the Microscope Slide Box

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Understanding human disease progression at the cellular level often requires examination of tissue sections on slides. With its ability to generate and store images of microscope slides and thereby allow scientists to examine specific anatomical locations and landmarks quickly and efficiently, digital pathology has made tremendous inroads in both academic and clinical laboratory settings. In this special webinar, attendees will have a unique opportunity to learn more about: (i) digital pathology applications, (ii) instrumentation and technology (both in a low-throughput and high-throughput format), and (iii) analysis tools and data storage solutions. Be a part of this special web event, and learn more about how digital pathology is enabling students, research scientists, and clinical pathologists gain a more comprehensive understanding of anatomical pathology and human disease.

Attendees will:

  • Learn about the implementation of digital pathology workflows in academic and clinical settings
  • Hear about the latest approaches in digital pathology image analysis
  • Find out about the challenges of data storage and security when establishing a digital pathology workflow
  • Be able to ask questions to a panel of experts


Patrick C.H. Lo, Ph.D.
Associate Editor, BioTechniques


John Vallone, M.D., Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine, Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California

Cynthia Loomis, M.D., Ph.D.
Director, Experimental Pathology Shared Resource, NYU School of Medicine

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