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Digital Pathology

New Digital Pathology Strategies & Re-Imagined Diagnostic Services in the UK

An evaluation of the UK’s pathology capacity by Cancer Research UK (CRUK) has identified that over the next 5-10 years “there is likely to be a severe crisis.” The report highlights a 4.5% year-on-year increase in the number and complexity of histopathology requests since 2007/08; the majority of which are for the investigation of cancer.

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Software and Systems for Digital Pathology

Presented at the 4th Digital Pathology Congress, these 3 sets of slides on software and systems for digital pathology are available. Feel free to download and share with your colleagues.

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Jo Martin on Women in Science

At the 4th Digital Pathology Congress in London, we caught up with the president of the Royal College of Pathologists, Jo Martin. She gave us an insight into her career and advice for women getting into science.

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Will Digital Pathology Replace Pathologists?

Bethany Williams was the world’s first Leadership and Management Fellow in Digital Pathology and is now a PhD Fellow at Leeds Teaching Hospital NHS Trust and the University of Leeds. We caught up with her at the 4th Digital Pathology Congress where she spoke to us about the future of digital pathology and reflected on her greatest career achievements.

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Understanding The Social Network Pathologist

Using the power of social media for professional work isn’t new to pathology. Social media channels have become one of the quickest and easiest ways to use online tools in the disruption of healthcare communication. 

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Deep Learning in Digital Pathology

“Deep Learning is an algorithm which has no theoretical limitations of what it can learn; the more data you give and the more computational time you provide, the better it is” – Geoffrey Hinton (Google)

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Selecting the Right Digital Pathology System – Anil Parwani

Anil Parwani, Director of Pathology Informatics and Digital Pathology at Ohio State University, gives us an insight on selecting the right digital pathology system and the issues with the current systems.

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Digital Pathology Goes Mobile

Medical Applications on Smartphones

Mobile technology could act as a radical stimulus in aiding digital pathology on to a totally new level in remitting and delivering clinical diagnostics.

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