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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.

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Fri 06 Nov 2020, 13:05 | Tags: Education Grants PathLAKE People

'Pathcomp' Beat the Pathologist Competition!

Join us in the exciting 'Beat the Pathologist' Competition to learn exciting ways to annotate and explore digital pathology! Follow the link for more information & registration.

Opening 17/10/20

Closing 16/11/20

There are three categories:

Up to year 6 (primary)/ Y7-Y11 (secondary)/ Y12-Y13 (Sixth Form)

Prizes are awarded to the top three scorers in each category.

Sat 17 Oct 2020, 17:35 | Tags: Contests Education PathLAKE

Tango2: Beat the Pathologists!

Welcome to the competition! This competition has been created for children to experiment and learn exciting ways to annotate.

Please follow the link here for further information.

There are three main levels:

  1. Mild
  2. Hot
  3. Spicy
Tue 06 Oct 2020, 16:00 | Tags: Education, PathLAKE, People

Lung Cancer Trial Paper

Congratulations to Shan Raza who has recently had his jointly first-authored paper on the TRACERx lung cancer trial published in Nature Medicine.

Please follow this link for more information.

Wed 03 Jun 2020, 12:49 | Tags: Education Papers

15th European Congress on Digital Pathology

We were delighted to host the last ECDP Congress at the scenic Warwick Campus.

For more details please follow this link.

Wed 03 Jun 2020, 12:36 | Tags: Education

Cancer Research Award UK

We are delighted to announce the award of a Cancer Research UK (CRUK) Early Detection grant in the amount of £406K to Dr Ali Khurram (Sheffield University) and Prof Nasir Rajpoot for research on developing Artificial Intelligence (AI) algorithms to predict malignant transformation of oral epithelial dysplasia.

Please follow this link for more details

Wed 03 Jun 2020, 10:25 | Tags: Education Grants