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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


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

Place: Madrid, Spain
Workshop: Information Technology in Digital Pathology

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

Telepathology and digital pathology

Telepathology and digital pathology are historical and crucial activities of MITEL.

Currently, our lab is involved in a number of activities including:



OntoICF is a project carried out by MITEL in its collaboration with the WHO Italian Collaborating Centre for the Family of International Classifications.

Main subject of the project is the ICF classification (International Classification of Functioning, Disabilities and Health) that is being reconsidered as ontology, together with the other collaborating centres in the world, and on which an analysis is being done to explore potential hidden semantics to be explicited and represented in OWL.

MITEL is also involved in the development of the Italian Classification Portal, based on semantic wiki techniques.



Papers, presentations, posters

  1. A.Simoncello, V.Della Mea. OntoICF: a first … Continue Reading

MIELO: patient-to-doctor communication for SCI patients

A person with mielolesion (PLM) needs healthcare support also after discharge from the rehabilitation hospital. Not all clinical problems are manageable by the General Practitioner (GP), and often PLM has difficulties in accessing specialistic services. Information and Communication Technologies became thus a tool for simplifying PLM follow-up. Aim of the MIELO project is to develop an Healthcare Portal for PLM, aimed at providing PLMs with a connection to both his/her GP and a specialist.

MIELO is a joint project between the Spinal Unit of the Dept. of Rehabilitation Medicine of Udine, Italy and MITEL.

The Portal has been developed and … Continue Reading

PaTOS: the Active Patient in Oncology

In cancer treatment trials, physicians traditionally report patient toxicity symptoms, but with the availability of easily accessible informatics technologies, patients can provide this information directly through a web application Patos.

PaTOS is a web-application based on Java 2 Enterprise Edition on the Tomcat application container and interfaced with a database schema designed and implemented with MySQL.A simplified, patient-adapted definition of type and NCI-CTCAE grade of the 15 commonest toxicities has been inserted into the database for reporting. Moreover the patient can use a textbox to send a short message to the physicians.Through home Web access, each patient can compile … Continue Reading

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