Roche Sponsored Computational Histopathology Tissue Slides to Personalized Medicine.

Workshop: Computational Histopathology: Tissue Slides to Precision Medicine

Date:  2:30-5:20pm, February 16th 2017.

Venue: Salon 8

Time Presentation Title
2:30pm – 2:35pm Introduction to the Workshop

Chukka Srinivas, Roche Tissue Diagnostics, Mountain View, CA.

chukka.srinivas@roche.com, http://www.ventana.com/digitalpathology

2:35pm – 3:00pm Using Histology Imaging to Maximize Cancer Diagnostics

Michael Barnes, Roche Tissue Diagnostics,Tucson, AZ.

michael.barnes.mb1@roche.com, www.ventana.com

3:00pm – 3:30pm Pathomics – Tools to Support Feature Extraction and Classification

Joel Saltz, Department of Computer Science, Stony Brook University, NY.

joel.saltz@stonybrook.edu, https://www.cs.stonybrook.edu/people/faculty/JoelSaltz

3:30pm- 4:00pm A Novel Approach for Hyperplexed Image Analysis of Tumor Tissue Samples

Yousef Al-Khofahi, General Electric Research, Niskayuna, NY.

alkofahi@ge.com, http://www.geglobalresearch.com

4:00pm-4:30pm Engaging Experts in Quantitative Histopathology Phenotyping with Scalable Active Learning

Lee Cooper, Department of Biomedical Informatics, Emory University, Atlanta,GA.

lee.cooper@emory.edu, http://www.bmi.emory.edu/leecooper

4:30pm-5:00pm How to design and develop an image analysis system that is meaningful to pathologists?

Metin Gurcan, Biomedical Informatics, College of Medicine, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio.

metin.gurcan@osumc.edu, https://medicine.osu.edu/bmi/people/metin_gurcan/pages/index.aspx

5:00pm-5:20pm Phenotypic and molecular profiling of multicellular systems by modulating the stiffness of the microenvironment

Bahram Parvin, University of Nevada, Reno, NV.

bparvin@unr.edu, http://www.unr.edu/ebme/people/parvin