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Past Webinars

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WEBINAR: IT’S ALL ABOUT LOCATION: NOVEL PROGNOSTIC MODELS DERIVED FROM SPATIAL ANALYSIS OF THE TUMOR-IMMUNE INTERFACE

29 July 2020, 8:00 PDT | 11:00 EDT | 16:00 BST - Biological interactions between functionally distinct immune and tumor cell populations can either promote or inhibit tumor growth. In this 75-minute webinar, we will hear from two research teams who have identified novel prognostic signatures using different spatial analysis and machine learning approaches to measure tumor-immune cell interactions within the tumor immune microenvironment (TIME)....

Past Webinars Available On-Demand

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Deployment of HALO AP at Neogenomics – Next Generation Digital Pathology Software for the Modern Anatomic Pathology Lab

In this webinar, Indica Labs' HALO AP Product Manager, Eric Runde, will discuss these capabilities and the nationwide deployment of HALO AP for quantitative IHC testing for breast cancer and colorectal cancer panels at NeoGenomics. Dr. Sally Agersborg, Medical Director at NeoGenomics, will discuss considerations when selecting an image analysis platform and approaches to validation of image analysis for a multi-site laboratory....

Virtual US User Group Meeting

In lieu of our scheduled onsite user group meetings, Indica Labs is pleased to announce our 2020 US Virtual HALO User Group Meeting.  To make participation easier for our US audience, we will break down the user groups into four one-hour webinars over three days starting at 9 AM PDT/12 PM EDT. To get things started each day, Indica Labs' applications & pharma services teams will introduce and demonstrate new features and capabilities that are part of our upcoming HALO 3.1, HALO AI, HALO Link and HALO AP...

Virtual European User Group Meeting

In lieu of our scheduled onsite user group meetings, Indica Labs is pleased to announce our 2020 European Virtual HALO User Group Meeting.  To make participation more convenient for our European audience, we are breaking the user group into three one-hour webinars over three days, 19-21st May, starting at 11 AM GMT each day. ...

Integration Between Artificial Intelligence and Digital Pathology at AstraZeneca – Broadcast 1, Upcoming Webinar Hosted by Xtalks

In this free webinar, attendees will learn about how AI-guided technologies can be used to quantify digital pathology images. Presenters will discuss different deployment models for AI in pathology and how to identify projects that will benefit from AI. Four practical-use cases for AI in drug discovery and safety assessment will also be presented....

HALO® IMAGE ANALYSIS MASTERCLASS WEBINAR SERIES 2020

Indica Labs is excited to introduce our new HALO® Masterclass Webinar Series. Each masterclass webinar will offer a deep dive into a specific module or capability within our HALO, HALO AI, HALO Link or HALO AP platforms, presented by our expert team of application scientists who train and support our customer base worldwide. These webinars are suitable for prospective customers who want to see a more in depth demonstration as well as current users looking for refresher training or additional tips...

AACR WEEK ONCOLOGY WEBINAR SERIES

In lieu of our participation in the now cancelled 2020 AACR Conference, Indica Labs are pleased to bring you webinar presentations from two of our esteemed customers in oncology research and drug discovery, David Krull from GlaxoSmithKline and Dr. David Reiss from Bristol Meyers Squibb, who will present on April 27th and 28th, respectively.   Please join us to hear about how Indica Labs image analysis software and pharma services are being used within their organizations to advance oncology drug development....

Introducing HALO AP – Workflow Solutions for Anatomic Pathology

Introducing HALO AP™️ - next generation digital pathology software for the modern Anatomic Pathology lab. Indica Labs is proud to launch HALO AP, a state-of-the-art anatomic pathology software designed to support a variety of clinical workflows. HALO AP builds upon tried-and-true HALO analytics, artificial intelligence, and unmatched usability, scalability and performance....

Managing Digital Pathology Workflow in a Busy Histopathology Core Facility using HALO and HALO Link

Core laboratories provide a vital service to researchers by offering expert advice on advanced technologies, shared access to specialized instrumentation and software, as well support for specific types of assays. Increasingly, digital slide scanners and quantitative analysis platforms are being centralized into these core labs to give users access to advanced technologies for both fluorescent and brightfield digital pathology....

HALO® in the Cloud

Cloud computing has transformed the landscape of computing infrastructure. Many of the most popular websites and applications have embraced this technology to leverage highly available and performant environments while simultaneously controlling costs and adapting to everchanging demand. ...

Brightplex: Combining the power of multiplexing & the ease of chromogenic IHC to assess complex immune phenotypes in the TME

In this webinar, Dr Anna Martirosyan and Dr. Emmanuel Prestat will introduce the Brightplex platform, including a description of the MDSC Panel, the workflow and techniques employed. A discussion on how the HALO(R) image analysis platform is integrated as an image processing component of the workflow, and how the technology can be applied to investigate the immune contexture of tumors will follow....

Combined analysis of tumor buds, lymphocytic infiltration and their spatial relationship within the tumor microenvironment improves prognostic accuracy colorectal cancer

In this webinar, Ines Nearchou from the University of St. Andrews will discuss the methodology and the results of the study which were recently published in Cancer Immunology Research.  By way of introduction, Dr. Kate Lillard Tunstall, CSO at Indica Labs, will highlight briefly some of the HALO image analysis tools which were used in the study....

Integration of Artificial Intelligence with Digital Pathology: Deployment Considerations & Cases Studies in Pharma

By helping scientists make data-driven decisions faster and more efficiently, artificial intelligence (AI) is revolutionizing drug discovery and development.  Pathology is no exception and the Pathology Sciences team at AstraZeneca in Cambridge UK is leading the charge.  Here, neural networks are being deployed to search digital slides for specific tissue classes, features and pathologies that are not easily quantified using traditional image analysis or are too time-consuming for pathologists to quantify by eye. ...

HALO Analysis Applications in Diabetes and Metabolism Research

The pancreas, liver, and muscle are all fundamental tissues for metabolism. Histological study of these tissues from humans and animal models can reveal important information about metabolic diseases such as diabetes, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) and muscle myopathies. In this one-hour webinar, Dr. Fiona Henderson will introduce HALO and HALO AI for whole-slide quantitative analysis of pancreas, liver and muscle tissue to achieve the following outputs:...

Transforming tissue-based translational research with advanced multiplexing technologies, image analysis and cloud collaboration

With its high spatial heterogeneity and biological complexity, the tumor immune microenvironment presents a characterization challenge for translational researchers. Conventional immunohistochemistry (IHC) methods only provide insight into a limited number of markers of interest. In this 60-minute webinar, Dr. Sean Downing from Ultivue will explain how they are overcoming these limitations and extracting meaningful, highly multiplexed biomarker data from whole slide images using Ultivue’s proprietary multiplexing technology, UltiMapper™ I/O, in combination with the HALO® image analysis platform. ...

HALO® Analysis Applications in Neuroscience Research

In this one hour webinar, Indica Labs’ Application Scientist, Alyssa Myers, will discuss how the HALO platform can be used for quantitative analysis of whole slide images relevant to neuroscience researchers. Following this introduction, Alyssa will give a real-time demonstration of some of our more popular neuroscience-specific modules, including both brightfield and fluorescence examples....

Ultivue Webinar Features HALO Image Analysis: End-to-End Application of UltiMapper Kits for Multiplexed Immuno-Profiling in FFPE Tumor Samples

In this webinar,  the Ultivue technology and UltiMapper™ I/O kits will be introduced including a fully optimized, automated and optimized staining protocol on the Leica BOND RX platform.  Avoiding any linear unmixing after image acquisition, the UltiMapper I/O whole slide images are directly analyzed using the then processed on Indica Labs HALO software, to derive cell counts, marker co-localization and proximity data analyses. HALO therefore provides the analytical tools to tap into convoluted biomarker signatures and answer complex biological questions...

Computational pathology: A new platform to empower personalized immunotherapy

This webinar is a “must see” for anyone interested in PD-1/PD-L1 targeted immunotherapy and quantitative methods for biomarker assessment in immuno-oncology. In this webinar, Dr. Viktor Koelzer from the Institute of Cancer and Genomic Science at the University of Birmingham and the Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics at the University of Oxford will discuss these critical areas of improvement within the context of two recent studies published by the presenter and his colleagues....

RNAscope® ISH Quantification using the HALO® Image Analysis Platform

In this 60-minute webinar, Indica Labs is pleased to welcome two guest speakers who will discuss how they are using the RNAscope® assay with HALO® quantification software in their institutions. Dr. Gordon Jiang from Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center | Harvard Medical School will present his original research including the use of chromogenic RNAscope and HALO to analyze PNPLA3 transcirption in Non-Alchoholic Liver Disease (NAFLD). Dr. Julia Jones from Cancer Research UK | Cambridge Institute will explain the RNAscope technology...

Using Multiplex Immunohistochemistry to Evaluate the Tumor Microenvironment

In this webinar, we will discuss how we at the FHCRC use HALOTM-based quantitative image analysis and HALO LinkTM data management tools to: 1. Quantify multiple phenotypes in the tissue 2. Visualize and measure intra- and extratumoral spatial relationships 3. Evaluate potential changes within the TME over time or in response to treatment 4. Share images and data with collaborators...

HALO Link 1.2 | Collaborative Image Management System

In this 45-minute webinar, we will demonstrate how HALO Link can be used to: Organize whole slide images into studies and grant collaborators remote access to studies using role-based sharing Automate data entry with barcodes and integration to external databases View, annotate and run analysis on whole slide images outside of HALO using an advanced browser-based viewer Perform quality control on your analysis results and view trends across slides using integrated plots...

ACD and Indica Labs Present a Joint Webinar Event

Advanced Cell Diagnostics’ RNAscope® platform is fast becoming a routinely used method for target validation and biomarker development based on in situ gene expression analysis. ACD has nearly 9000 target RNA-specific probes in use and there are over 400 publications with the method. RNAscope® technology enables faster and more rigorous target and biomarker development: it is a robust and ultra-sensitive RNA in situ hybridization (RNA ISH) method providing single-cell and single-molecule RNA detection in the context of complex tissue microenvironments. In this webinar the RNAscope® technology and...