About The Conference Event
Recent advances in computational pathology have led to a significant interest in AI-driven diagnosis, prognosis and therapeutic response and resistance predictions from gigapixel whole slide images. The goal of the symposium is to be a forum for exchange of ideas and knowledge between the Boston research community and the broader digital and computational pathology. The symposium features key speakers in this area who will present their research and we will use an a Slack-based environment for broad discussions, questions and answers corresponding the work that would be presented at the conference.
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Division of Computational Pathology
Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Our speakers feature experts in algorithm development, clinical translation, disease understanding, optical methods, hybrid hardware-software methods as well as regulatory aspects of computational pathology.