PathLAKE and the emerging role of artificial intelligence in digital pathology

Last year, we hosted a special webinar edition of Pathology Horizons. This September, we are looking forward to being able to hold our 2021 conference in the Slieve Donard Resort & Spa, Newcastle, N. Ireland.  

To give you an idea of the speaker quality and the type of content to expect at Pathology Horizons 2021, we are taking a look back at Dr. David Snead’s presentation from Pathology Horizons 2020, entitled ’PathLAKE and the emerging role of artificial intelligence in digital pathology’.

Dr. Snead has been a full-time consultant at University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire (UHCW) since 1997. He has led the project to adopt digital pathology there for the last decade. He now heads the UHCW NHS trust digital pathology centre of excellence. He collaborates closely with colleagues of the Computer Science School University of Warwick and in his talk, he will discuss his current work evaluating algorithms aimed at improving the pathologist’s lot through the automation of mundane time-consuming quantitative tasks.

View talk below.

Dr David Snead ‘PATHLAKE and the role of artificial intelligence in digital pathology’.

About Pathology Horizons

Pathology Horizons is an international CPD accredited conference that focuses on the future of pathology. It brings together a range of expert speakers to discuss new technologies, lines of research and procedural developments that are driving the future of pathology.

Unlike other larger conferences there is just one conference stream and attendees have the opportunity to learn and network with speakers and other delegates in a relaxed and beautiful setting.

Pathology Horizons is a popular event and places are limited. Registration has not opened yet, but if you are hoping to attend please pre-register. All those who have pre-registered will be notified as soon as early bird registration opens.

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