Join us online on Thursday 9 September as we discuss how digital pathology can be implemented into routine practice.
We've brought together leaders in the field to share their experience and give expert advice on topics ranging from NLP through to regulatory approval.
Running alongside Cirdan's Pathology Horizons event, it is ideal for pathologists, clinicians, lab teams and computer scientists.
Delegates in career grade posts who are enrolled with one of the Royal Colleges for CPD purposes and who attend the meeting will be entitled to receive 4 CPD credits.
|1300-1320||PathLAKE and the Generation of AI Tools for Cellular Pathology - download the presentation||Professor David Snead
|1320-1345||How a Third Party Algorithm Can Be Incorporated into an Eco System - download the presentation||
|1345-1400||Natural Language Processing: Unlocking data to provide actionable insights - download the presentation||Phil Brierley
Director - Cancer Informatics, Inspirata
|1400-1420||Regulatory Mechanisms and Tools for Software as a Medical Device - download the presentation||Dr Brandon Gallas
|1435-1500||Integrating Digital Diagnostics into Clinical Practice to Maximise Patient Impact - download the presentation||Patricia Raciti, MD
|1500-1520||The Implementation of AI in Radiology. Ready for the big time? - download the presentation||Prof Fergus Gleeson
Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust
|1520-1540||Sustainable, Resilient, and Ready: Creating a responsible data innovation ecosystem for digital pathology - download the presentation||Dr David Leslie
Ethics Theme Lead, The Alan Turing Institute
|1540-1630||Open Q&A session||All speakers|
Organised by University of Nottingham for PathLAKE.