Concord, Massachusetts (PRWEB)
July 20, 2017
Corista, a leader in integrated pathology solutions, is hosting a multi-part seminar on digital pathology and artificial intelligence Tuesday, July 25, during the Association of Pathology Chairs’ Jubilee Meeting in Washington, DC. The seminar features Dr. Alexander Baras from Johns Hopkins Medicine.
Baras, Associate Director of Pathology Informatics, will present “The Digital Pathology Experience at Johns Hopkins.” His remarks will be followed by a second presentation, “Artificial Intelligence Applied to Histology: Next-Generation Digital Pathology.” The second session will feature Dr. David C. Wilbur, Senior Medical Scientist for Corista and Director of Clinical Imaging at Massachusetts General. Also presenting are Corista’s Chief Technology Officer and Managing Director Eric Wirch and Senior Algorithmic Officer Nigel Lee, Ph.D.
The seminar will be moderated by Dr. Keith J. Kaplan, Corista’s Chief Medical Officer, who will review Corista’s award-winning DP3® digital pathology workflow suite from the pathologist’s perspective.
Baras will discuss implementation strategies for digital pathology at Johns Hopkins, including scanner manufacturer considerations along with informatics and content delivery platforms. Baras also will discuss the medical institution’s approach to research, educational needs and clinical implementations for digital pathology.
Johns Hopkins Medicine has successfully installed Corista’s DP3 workflow suite. The platform is integral to several high-priority initiatives of the health care system’s Department of Pathology: improving the Tumor Board process, receiving digital pathology consultations from remote global locations, and integrating with existing systems, including its electronic health…