Webinar Announcement: Managing Digital Pathology Workflow in a Busy Histopathology Core Facility using HALO and HALO Link
20 November, 2019
8:00 PST | 11:00 EST | 16:00 GMT
Presented by Dr. Savanh Chanthaphavong, PhD | Director of Experimental Histopathology, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Hosted by Donald Allen | Field Application Scientist – US West Coast, Indica Labs, Inc
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.
In this 30-minute webinar, Dr. Savanh Chanthaphavong, Director of Experimental Histopathology at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, will discuss the services provided by the department’s shared resource facility, including advanced slide-based assay development, digital slide scanning, and an advanced user-based image management, collaboration and analysis workflow using the HALO and HALO Link platforms.
In this webinar, you will learn about:
- Histopathology and imaging core laboratory services, expertise and delivery challenges
- Managing digital pathology workflow in a multi-user, shared use facility and services environment
- Quantitative analysis requirements for core lab users
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Dr. Savanh Chanthaphavong, PhD
Director of Experimental Histopathology
Shared Resource Facility
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center