TIA Centre: News
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.
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Tango2: Beat the Pathologists!
Welcome to the competition! This competition has been created for children to experiment and learn exciting ways to annotate.
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There are three main levels:
Positions available in our group
We would like to let you know that there are 4 postdoc positions available in our group on the development and optimization of deep learning based algorithms for the analysis of pathology images, with applications to early diagnosis and personalized treatment of cancer.
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Welcome Fayyaz Minhas
We are delighted to inform you that Fayyaz Minhas has joined the PathLAKE project as an Assistant Professor from October 2019.
Prior to joining Warwick, Dr. Minhas worked as a Principal Scientist at Pakistan Institute of Engineering and Applied Sciences (PIEAS), Islamabad, Pakistan since 2007. He has over 8 years of experience of teaching and research in computer science and has taught courses on Machine learning, Bioinformatics, Quantum Programming, Artificial Intelligence, Cancer Bioinformatics, Computational Biomolecular Design, Biometrics, Python Programming, etc. If you would like to find out more about Fayyaz Minhas, please visit our team section.
Welcome Shan Raza
We are delighted to inform you that Shan Raza has joined the PathLAKE project as an Assistant Professor from May 2019.
Before joining Warwick, Shan held a postdoctoral position for two years at the Institute of Cancer Research, UK working on TRACERx lung project funded by Cancer Research UK (CRUK). Prior to that, he worked for three years as research fellow at Warwick computer science department on a BBSRC funded project exploring the origin of new beta cells during pregnancy. If you would like to find out more about Shan Raza, please visit our team section.