Masterclasses 2021 Recordings now available!
We are excited to announce the recordings from our recent May Masterclass series: "AI for Pathologists" are now live on Youtube!
The playlist includes recordings of each session, Q&A sessions, Industry flash talks and much more.
"Beyond Microscopy: Pathology Informatics" TMC Conference (India) 7th March 2021
Prof Nasir Rajpoot delivers a keynote talk titled: "Computational Pathology and PathLAKE" at the TMC conference 7th March.
Please follow the link here for further details.
Congratulations to our 4 PhD graduates of 2020
Congratulations to Simon Graham, Mary Shapcott, Muhammad Shaban and Navid Alemi Koohbanani on the successful defense of their PhD theses
The Warwick TIA team represented by Prof Nasir Rajpoot and Dr Shan Raza are delighted to be part of the EU-wide €70M BIGPICTURE project.
To take AI development in pathology to the next level, a European consortium combining leading European research centres, hospitals as well as major pharmaceutical industries, is going to develop a repository for the sharing of pathology data. The 6-year, €70M project called BIGPICTURE, will herald a new era in pathology.
See the RadboudMC (coordinator) announcement for more info at: https://www.computationalpathologygroup.eu/news/start-bigpicture/
Division of Biomedical Sciences, Warwick Medical School Divisional Seminar Series-10th February
On Wednesday 10th February, Dr Fayyaz Minhas delivered a seminar titled "Machine Learning Guided Discovery of Protein Interactions and Functions."
Please see the link here for more information.
Congratulations to our recent PhD student Navid Alemi Koohbanani on the acceptance of his paper titled "Deep Learning based Digital Cell Profiles for Risk Stratification of Urine Cytology Images" in IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging. This article is the result of a successful collaboration with colleagues at the I2R in Singapore.
WRAP link: http://wrap.warwick.ac.uk/147961/
Publisher's link: https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/9343323
Congratulations to our PhD student Ruqayya Awan on the acceptance of her paper titled "Deep Learning based Digital Cell Profiles for Risk Stratification of Urine Cytology Images" in Cytometry Part A
Publisher's link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/cyto.a.24313
Welcome to new graduate students
Welcome to Muhammad Dawood, Rob Jewsbury and Ruoyu Wang, who join the TIA team as PhD students (Nov/Oct 2020), Manahail Raza as an MRes student (Dec 2020) and Gozde Gunesli as a PhD student (Jan 2021).
Swiss Consortium for Digital Pathology: SDiPath Annual Meeting - 14th January 2021
Pro Nasir Rajpoot speaks at the SDiPath Annual meeting, January 2021.
Please find the link here for further information.
AI Centres of Excellence 'Ethics in Imaging' Webinar - 14th January
An ethics workshop, organised for Thursday 14th January, brings together AI Centres of Excellence to further explore 'Ethics in Imaging'.
AIPD (International Workshop on Artificial Intelligence for Digital Pathology) -10th January 2021
Prof Nasir Rajpoot delivers a keynote speech titled: "Computational Pathology for Precision Medicine" - 10th January 2021.
Please follow the link here for more information.
Beat the Pathologist: Winners announced!
Congratulations to the winners and all those who took part in the Pathcomp 'Beat the Pathologist' competition!
Thank you to all those who took part in this Autumn competition, it has been very successful and we look forward to seeing some future pathologists!
Please find the winners and more competition information here.
Also find further information of the competition here.
On Thursday 3rd December Dr Fayyaz Minhas gave a presentation titled "Whole slide images are graphs" at the Digital Pathology Congress (London, Virtual Meeting)
Please follow the link here to view the presentation.
7th Digital Pathology & AI Congress: Europe (3rd-4th December 2020)
We are very excited to announce that Dr. Fayyaz Minhas will be a presenter in the upcoming Digital & AI Congress 2020. (Virtual Meeting)
This will take place Thursday 3rd December-Friday 4th December 2020.
Please follow the link here for registration details and more information about the Congress.
Upcoming Health GRP webinar: 4 Dec 2020
Assistant Professor Fayyaz Minhas will be discussing his work on machine learning guided discovery of anti-CROSPR proteins in collaboration with this year's Chemistry Nobel Dr. Jennifer Doudna in this seminar series. If you would like to hear more about this and other exciting talks on single-cell sequencing and a flavour based COVID-19 test, you can register here.
"Application of novel technologies" in Biomedical space at 11-12pm on Friday 4th December 2020.
BWH Pathology Grand Rounds- 5 Oct 2020
Prof Nasir Rajpoot speaks at the Brigham Women's Hospital Pathology Grand Rounds - 5 Oct 2020
Please follow the twitter link here for more information.
North West Seminar Series of Mathematical Biology and Data Science - 23 Nov 2020
Prof Nasir Rajpoot's speaks at a virtual seminar series organised by University of Manchester, University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University.
Please follow the YouTube link here to view the presentation
Autumn Newsletter 2020
Our latest Autumn Newsletter 2020 edition has been released!
Find the link here or have a look at our newsletter page for further information and previous newsletters.
The newsletter includes latest updates, recruitment, celebrations & publications from the PathLAKE Warwick team!
PathLAKE Plus £13.5 million funding: Press release
We are excited to announce that PathLAKE has received funding of £13.5 million towards the PathLAKE Centre of Excellence!
Health Secretary Matt Hancock has emphasised the importance of supporting Artificial Intelligence and embracing technology to save lives.
Please see here for further details.
Follow twitter link here
Cancer Research UK: Professor Nasir Rajpoot awarded funding to use machine learning to improve the early detection of oral cancer
Congratulations to Professor Nasir Rajpoot!
Cancer Research UK is funding a study to examine the use of machine learning to assist pathologists and improve the early detection of oral cancer.
"We are very excited to work on this project with Dr Khurram and his team at Sheffield. Early detection of cancer is a key focus area of research in our lab and this award by CRUK adds to the portfolio of research at the TIA lab on early detection of cancer.
The pilot project will pave the way towards the development of a tool that can help identify pre-malignant changes in oral dysplasia, crucial for the early detection of oral cancer. Successful completion of this project carries significant potential for saving lives and improving patient healthcare provision." -- Professor Nasir Rajpoot
Please see here for further information