NEW ORLEANS - What do the next-generation of pathology tools for cancer research look like, and how can pathologists contribute to those technologies to make an impact in their discipline? Dr. Beatrice Knudsen, PhD, of the Huntsman Cancer Institute at the University of Utah, explored these ideas at the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) meeting in a video update from day two of the conference.
Knudsen addressed the topic of pathomics in cancer research and what that means for the field of pathology.
"Pathologists are going to have a major impact in the future helping computers learn," Knudsen said during her AACR session. Watch the video below to learn more.