We are happy to announce that 3DHISTECH will participate at the Virtual AACR 2020 Annual Meeting on June 22-24. Our virtual 3D booth will be live starting 0:00 UTC on June 22 here.
Please see the details of our virtual symposium below:
Digital & Computational Pathology in Research and Clinical Space
presented by Yukako Yagi, PhD Associate Professor, Director of Digital Pathology, The Warren Alpert Center for Digital and Computational Pathology at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York
The central aim of our research is to further enrich our knowledge of disease by integrating computational pathology data and yield a comprehensive, multidimensional analysis to discover novel morphological features and disease patterns that can lead to faster diagnoses and positively impact patient care. In this presentation, applications which are moving from research to clinical will be discussed including CISH and FISH analysis with variety of WSI scanners.
From multiplexing to artificial intelligence: new trends in tissue microarraying
presented by Prof. Dr. phil. nat. Inti Zlobec, Head of Translational Research Unit Institute of Pathology, University Bern
Tissue Microarrays (TMAs) are known traditionally as biomarker screening tools, but new developments, including the introduction of digital pathology and automated tissue core punching allow for a wide range of next-generation applications. Here, we focus on the use of TMAs in multiplexing, molecular mapping and artificial intelligence.
8-Color Multiplex Serial Section Alignment & Reconstruction
presented by Eric Chan, Digital Microscopist, Molecular Cytology Core Facility, Memorial Sloan Kettering, New York
Multiplex staining with eight colors was successfully performed on 64 5-micron serial paraffin sections of an appendix and the 3D structure was successfully reconstructed. Five markers were detected by immunofluorescence and three markers by immunohistochemistry.
Please save the date in your calendar to join our virtual symposium and visit our virtual 3D booth for an in-depth presentation of our products, including
The PANNORAMIC Confocal digital slide scanner offering brightfield and fluorescence confocal scanning in unprecedented quality for molecular pathology applications;
The TMA Grand Master, the fastest, highest-capacity and most user friendly tissue microarrayer on the market;
The PANNORAMIC 250 Flash III digital slide scanner, a versatile (brightfield and fluorescence), high-quality and high-speed scanning solution to high-volume scanning tasks; and
The QuantCenter multiple-module image analysis platform designed for whole-slide quantification in histopathology and molecular pathology.
Our experts will be available to answer any questions that may come up during your visit.
We are looking forward to meeting you!