- 08:00 - 24/05/2023 to 15:20 - 25/05/2023
- Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh, 11 Queen Street, Edinburgh, EH2 1JQ, United Kingdom
Following on from last year's success, this in-person networking forum will serve as a platform to discuss the strengths and pitfalls of this ever expanding field and provide the attendees an opportunity to exchange expertise, experiences and actionable information through real time discussions.
- AI in pathology... What are people saying?
- AI in Primary Diagnosis: The Beginning of a Beautiful Friendship!
- Developing Clinical AI Tools in Pathology: Academia, Health & Industry Partnerships.
- Computational Pathology: Towards Precision Medicine.
- Collaborative working: Development of pathology based AI tools for the diagnosis and treatment of lung cancer.
- The Role of AI in Enhancing the Impact of the Pathologist - Examples from Practice.
- Use of AI in routine Cellular Pathology Practice.
- Development of A.I tools in gynaecological pathology.
- Digital Pathology-Creating efficiencies and value for pathologists and pathology organizations.
- Clinicians in the loop: Collaborations concluding in commercial AI.
- AI in medical imaging-strengths and pitfalls.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
- Cellular Pathology,
- Anatomic Pathology
- Digital Transformation
- Programme Managers
- Computational Pathology
- Imaging Technicians
- Tissue Banks
- Slide Scanning
- Clinical Lead
- Nasir Rajpoot - Professor of Computational Pathology. Wolfson Fellow - The Royal Society Turing Fellow, The Alan Turing Institute Director, Tissue Image Analytics (TIA) Centre, Department of Computer Science University of Warwick, UK
- Gareth Bryson - Consultant Pathologist and Clinical Lead for Technology, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, Honorary Clinical, Associate Professor, University of Glasgow, Scotland, UK
- Rajendra Singh - Director of dermatopathology and digital pathology at Summit Health, New Jersey, Co-Founder PathPresenter
- Sarah Bell - Consultant Pathologist, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, iCAIRD Scotland
- Perry Maxwell - PhD, FRCPath, Clinical & Scientific Lead, Tissue Hybridisation & Digital Pathology, Precision Medicine Centre of Excellence, Queens University Belfast
- David Dorward - Consultant Thoracic Pathologist, Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer, University of Edinburgh
- Jan Lukas Robertus Md, PHD - Consultant Histopathologist, Associate Clinical Chief Information Officer, Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospitals, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust UK
- Muhammad Aslam - Consultant Pathologist and Clinical Director, North Wales Managed Clinical Support Services, Chair Histopath Standing Specialist Advisory Group, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board
- Samar Betmouni - Consultant Neuropathologist, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
- Dr Andrew Janowczyk - Assistant Professor, Emory Precision AI for Health Institute (EmPathI), Emory University
- James Blackwood - iCAIRD CTO & Programme Manager, SHIP AI Lead, CTO/COO Simplifai
- David Steiner - Clinical Research Scientist, Google Health
- Frauke Wilm - Researcher at Pattern Recognition Lab bei Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
- Iskander Chaudhry - Consultant Histopathologist, Royal Liverpool University Hospital
For more information, please contact: [email protected]