UK Image Analysis Training School 2020
The Image Analysis Training School returns for it's fourth year on the 1st & 2nd October 2020, at the Park Plaza Hotel in Nottingham City Centre.
Digital pathology aided by robust image analysis techniques has made great inroads in both diagnostics and research in histopathology. The implementation of whole slide scanning and advances in software and computer processing capacity has profoundly impacted not only routine clinical diagnosis but also molecular testing including bio-banking, molecular profiling and companion diagnostic development. The school aims to:
Provide a comprehensive overview of the current use of image analysis in pathology diagnosis and research including practical examples
Address how potential problems in image analysis can be resolved
How digital pathology can be integrated in the work-stream
The course is suitable for Trainee and Consultant Pathologists with little or no experience of image analysis and for non-clinical scientists/computer experts (who may have some experience with digital platforms) wishing to learn more about the techniques and application of image analysis. Teaching will be delivered in the form of formal lectures and interactive work projects.
We will be applying for CPD points for this programme through the Royal College of Pathologists.
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This programme has been awarded 13 CPD points by the Royal College of Pathologists. Delegates will receive a CPD certificate by email following full attendance at the event.
If you have any queries or require any further information please contact us at MS-NMPN@nottingham.ac.uk.
Free registration for MDTS delegates
Those attending the Molecular Diagnostics Training School (MDTS) from the 28th - 30th September 2020 can register for and attend the Image Analysis Training School free of charge. Please select MDTS delegate when booking.
The Image Analysis Training School is proudly supported by the
European Society of Digital and Integrative Pathology