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The Summer School on Digital Pathology in the press

Messaggero Veneto, 19 settembre 2016: La Summer School al Campus del CRO

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AIDPATH Summer School in Digital Pathology

SUMMER SCHOOL ON DIGITAL PATHOLOGY
CRO Aviano, 12-16 September 2016

This is the 2nd summer school of a series of activities including networking, workshops, summer schools and short courses designed within the European AIDPATH project ‘Academia and Industry Collaboration for Digital Pathology’ (FP7-Marie Curie Action).

This School is organized by the University of Udine in collaboration with CRO, and with the unconditioned sponsorship of Roche.

Programme

  • Introduction to Digital Pathology
  • The digital slide workflow
  • Technical aspects
  • Image analysis
  • Novel imaging techniques

Audience

The foreseen audience is constituted by 10-30 participants holding one of the following positions:

  • Medical doctors (pathologists, haematologists),
  • Laboratory technicians (Pathology Lab),
  • Biotechnologists, biologists
  • Clinical engineers, Health informaticians (with health information systems knowledge)
  • Researchers … Continue Reading

AIDPATH Workshop at ECDP 2016, Berlin

European Congress on Digital Pathology, Berlin, 24-28 May 2016

AIDPATH Workshop on Digital Immunohistochemistry
25th May 2016

1130-1230 AIDPATH private managemenaidpatht meeting

13-15 AIDPATH workshop: Digital Immunohistochemistry

  • The AIDPATH project (Gloria Bueno, UCLM)
  • Quality assurance of image analysis tools (A.Rasmusson, VPC)
  •  On Ki67 hotspots (V.Della Mea, D.Pilutti, UNIUD)
  • AIDPATH Contests and Surveys (M.Garcia Rojo and G.Bueno)

Open discussion

AIDPATH Workshop at MIE2015

26th May 2015

Organisers: VUHSK, UNIUD, UCLM, SESCAM, SAS, TG
Place: Madrid, Spain
Workshop: Information Technology in Digital Pathology
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Targeting academic and industry experts working in the field of Digital Pathology, this workshop will provide the opportunity to generate and discuss different analysis methods, case study examples and procedures. This will also allow the participants to fully understand the Information Technology (IT) techniques and image analysis tools that can be successfully applied to digital pathology. The topics cover different aspects related to The European Federation for Medical Informatics (EFMI)working groups, such as, MIP (Medical … Continue Reading

Panel at MIE 2014

Panel at MIE2014 – Medical Informatics Europe 2014, Istanbul, August 2014

The “Common Ontology” between ICD 11 and SNOMED CT to ensure semantic interoperability

Organizers: Alan Rectora, Christopher G. Chuteb , Stefan Schulzc , Vincenzo Della Mead, Jean-Marie Rodriguesef, Kent Spackmang, T. Bedirhan Üstünh
aUniversity of Manchester, UK
bDepartment of Health Sciences Research, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota,55905, USA
cInstitute for Medical Informatics, Statistics and Documentation, Medical University of Graz, Austria
dDepartment of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Udine, Italy
eINSERM, U1142, LIMICS, Paris, France;
f University Jean Monnet Saint Etienne, France
gInternational Health Terminology Standard Development Organisation, Copenhagen, Denmark
h World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland

Panel on ICD-11 SNOMED-CT Common Ontology at MEDINFO2013

Do we need a Common Ontology between ICD 11 and SNOMED CT to Ensure Seamless Re-use and Semantic Interoperability?

(Organizers: JAG members Jean Marie Rodrigues, Stefan Schulz, Kent Spackman, Bediran Ustun, Christopher Chute, Vincenzo Della Mea, Jane Millar, Kristina Brand Persson, Dipak Kalra, Alan Rector).

21 August 2013, 1030-12, Copenhagen (DK), during MEDINFO 2013 – The 14th World Congress on Medical and Health Informatics.

3rd Nottingham Image Analysis Training School

It is our great pleasure to announce the program and invite you to the 3rd Nottingham Image Analysis Training School (NITS) to be held at the University of Udine in Italy in June 2011. The NITS event is being organized by the Dept. of Mathematics and Computer Science at the University of Udine, with the support of the EU COST Action IC0604 “European Telepathology Network”, and of The University of Nottingham (United Kingdom). A world class faculty will be present to provide training in the use of image analysis in Pathology and there … Continue Reading

Seminar at the University of Luzern

Vincenzo Della Mea will give a lecture on “Representation, use and reuse of health data and knowledge: the case of the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health” at the Dept. of Health Sciences and Health Policy, University of Luzern, on 17 March 2011, at 17:15.

Seminario su La qualità del Fascicolo Sanitario Elettronico Personale

E’ trascorso quasi un paio d’anni dall’inizio del pressing governativo verso l’allestimento di un “Fascicolo Sanitario Elettronico Personale” (FSEP) per ogni cittadino italiano, dedicato alla raccolta, in formato digitale, accessibile e condivisibile, delle proprie informazioni sanitarie e cliniche. Ad oggi, pur persistendo l’assenza di un convincente modello di riferimento, che tuttavia non è presente nemmeno a livello internazionale, il FSEP è in fase di sperimentazione in quasi metà delle Regioni Italiane. È il momento, quindi, di una riflessione seria e condivisa.

Il Politecnico di Milano ha organizzato un seminario su La … Continue Reading

Meeting on ontological developments of ICF

The meeting “Ontological Developments of the International Classification of Functioning, Disabilities and Health (ICF)” , organized thanks to the MURINET project, is aimed at preparing future enhancements of the well-known ICF classification, developed and maintained by WHO, towards a more formal ontological entity. The meeting includes a first day, more general and centered around the relationship between biomedical classifications and ontologies, and a second day specifically devoted to discussion on ICF.The first day is opened by acknowledged researchers in the biomedical ontology field (Stefan Schulz, Freiburg University; Samson Tu, Stanford University) and involves other researchers from … Continue Reading