J. Mark Tuthill
Division Head, Pathology Informatics, Henry Ford Health System
10th-11th Jul 2017
Agenda scheduled for release early 2017
Palmer House Hilton Hotel
Following the success of the last two US meetings, Global Engage is pleased to announce the 3rd Digital Pathology Congress: USA. This year the meeting will be moving to Chicago and will take place on 10-11 July 2017 at the Palmer House Hilton Hotel. The conference is part of their successful digital pathology series which includes the leading European Digital Pathology Congress that takes place annually in December attracting over 380 attendees and which is widely recognized as the leading digital pathology conference in the world.
As experts position themselves to be ready for when primary diagnosis is FDA approved, the congress will examine the applications and benefits of adopting digital pathology as well as the business case to be made for it. With over 200 industry and academic experts expected over the two days, the congress will provide the opportunity to take home cutting edge strategies, analysis techniques, case study examples and methods to allow you to fully understand both the technology and accompanying informatics and image analysis tools and utilize digital pathology to its greatest potential.
Speakers already confirmed include:
Associate Professor of Pathology and Orthopaedic Surgery, Loyola University Medical Center
Associate Professor Biomedical Informatics & Director of the Clinical Image Analysis Lab, Ohio State University
Chair of Anatomical Pathology, Anatomical Pathology Department, Moffitt Cancer Center
The conference agenda is in production and will be announced shortly
Topics covered include:
Palmer House Hilton
17 East Monroe Street
Chicago, IL 60603
Accommodation is available at a group rate. Details of how to book will be sent after registration.
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Potter Palmer was a Chicago business magnate—well-known for a variety of endeavors, including his significant role in the development of downtown Chicago's iconic State Street.
Bertha Honore was a wealthy socialite who also had a drive to learn and succeed.
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In recent years the historic Chicago hotel, Palmer House has undergone a $170 million renovation to ensure that it includes all of the conveniences and comforts our 21st century guests expect while also preserving our significant history.
Palmer House Hilton is a member of Historic Hotels of America, the official program of the National Trust for Historic Preservation® for recognizing and celebrating the finest Historic Hotels.
I liked the program and the speakers. The length of the talks and amount of material was perfect. I liked the mix of biotech, company and academic speakers. I also liked the collegial and friendly atmosphere during the meeting.
Director of Translational Pathology, Medical Director of Biobank and Translational Research Core, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, USA
There was a wide range of speakers, perfect amount of time per topic and good mix of short and long sessions. The speakers were engaging and truly spoke to audience across pretty diverse fields.
Assistant Professor, Director of Comparative Pathology Laboratory, Department of Animal & Food Sciences, University of Delaware, USA
There was varying lecture content – a mixture of technical and research, and the inclusion of a FDA spokesperson to clarify some of the issues.
Attending Pathologist, Montefiore Medical Center, USA
I liked the mix of image scientists, pathologists and companies. It was an excellent opportunity to meet a diverse group in digital pathology.
President & CTO at InView Technology Corporation, USA