TS5: Introduction to Image Analysis and Deep Learning for Digital Pathology

Instructors:

Kate Lillard Tunstall, PhD, CSO, Indica Labs, Inc.

Doug Bowman, Director of Pharma Services, Indica Labs, Inc.

Timothy Baradet, PhD, HTL/QIHC (ASCP), Senior Research Investigator, Bristol-Myers Squibb


About this Training Seminar:

This training seminar will include both hands-on and lecture components designed to introduce basic digital pathology image analysis and deep learning concepts to histopathology and pathology professionals who have had limited previous exposure. In the first part of the seminar, we will cover digital pathology image analysis concepts, staining and imaging requirements, post-analysis data interpretation, typical applications and case studies. We will then take a shallow dive into deep learning in pathology and introduce you to some of the basic terminology, concepts and methods which are relevant to the pathologist’s workflow. Researchers currently using deep learning will discuss applications and clinical utility. The seminar will wrap up with a hands-on workshop (laptop required).

Topics to be Covered:

  • Introduction to traditional image analysis and image management
  • AI and deep learning for image analysis and computational pathology- how it works
  • Input requirements for AI and how it differs from traditional image analysis
  • Real expertise in image analysis in digital pathology- demonstrations of use
  • Use cases for AI in molecular diagnostics
  • Introduction to software and different types of networks available and how they work
  • Overview of tools available for image analysis
  • Hands-on assignment

About the Instructors:

Lillard _Tunstall_KateKate Lillard Tunstall, PhD, CSO, Indica Labs, Inc.

Bio coming soon.


Bowman_DougDoug Bowman, Director of Pharma Services, Indica Labs, Inc.

Douglas Bowman is the Vice President, Pharma Services at Indica Labs, Inc. Mr. Bowman plays an important role as the company develops its image analysis and biomarker assay services business to support preclinical and clinical biomarker assays for Indica Lab’s academic, biotech, and pharma customers. Doug was previously at Takeda Pharmaceuticals for 11 years where he was responsible for developing quantitative biomarker assays to support the Oncology Discovery and Translational Research groups. He was a key contributor to the development of a high throughput, automated, IHC biomarker laboratory that integrated a sample management system, digital slide scanners, and quantitative image analysis into the research workflow.

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