Interested in learning more on Virtual and Augmented Reality in Digital Pathology?

We are pleased to announce that father and son duo Dr. Laszlo Igali  and Ferenc Igali will be presenting their groundbreaking developments in virtual and augmented reality in digital Pathology at Pathology Horizons in September.

Dr. Igali is a practising histopathologist, (with main interest in dermatopathology and gastrointestinal pathology) at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, one of the busiest departments in the UK. He has a strong interest in healthcare informatics and digital pathology. Active in the field since the 1980s, he has been involved in paperless hospital systems and cross-system database integration.

Ferenc Igali is the Senior Lead Technician in the Psychology Department at the University of Lincoln. Ferenc is a strong proponent of the use of emerging technologies, such as VR and AR, and their ability to disrupt traditional work patterns. Alongside his father, he is developing an AR/VR pathology platform, as well as new ways to train medical students and help clinicians and diagnosticians with the bleeding edge of technology – to help make it work for them, while making it as natural and effortless as possible.

More on Dr. Laszlo Igali and Ferenc Igali.

About Pathology Horizons

Pathology Horizons is an annual CPD conference focused on what lies ahead in pathology. Delegates will learn about new technologies, lines of research and procedural developments that are driving the future of pathology. View agenda

Places for the conference are limited. Register now to secure your place.

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