Proscia, UMC Utrecht partner on digital pathology

By staff writers

August 25, 2020 -- Proscia and University Medical Center Utrecht (UMC Utrecht) are working to establish a center of excellence to advance the use of computational pathology in clinical practice, specifically by validating the efficacy of Proscia's artificial intelligence (AI) applications.

The partners hope to deploy AI applications into high-throughput pathology workflows. Together, they will build one of the largest deidentified datasets for pathology research and demonstrate best practices for the broader adoption of computational pathology in diagnostic laboratories.

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Last Updated bc 8/26/2020 1:56:18 PM

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