Faster workflows and communication with colleagues, immediate sharing of slides, diagnosing from remote locations: Digital pathology offers even beginners significant advantages for diagnostic and education. But how can you get started successfully? – A digital expert will provide the answers at our free expert meeting on Thursday, September 16: Lukas Heukamp PhD, M.D. He is the head of Molecular Pathology, Solid Tumors at Hematopathology Hamburg, and Head of Diagnostics Lung Cancer Network NOWEL.
Lukas Heukamp will present how to get started in digital pathology and further steps to full digitalization. He shows small solutions such as scanning on your microscope up to flexible diagnosis in terms of time and place within the fully digitized diagnostic platform PathoZoom Digital Lab.
Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions and exchange information. Also, Dr. Heukamp and other experts will be available for you as future contacts.
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The Institute for Hematopathology Hamburg is one of the largest private pathologies in Germany with over 200 employees at four sites, 31 physicians (pathologists & hematopathologists). It offers a powerful molecular pathology department with 16 technicians and 14 molecular biologists. Digital pathology is part of everyday life at all four locations, simplifying communication between employees – for the benefit of patient outcomes because digital pathology speeds up diagnoses many times over.
The Expert Meeting starts on September, 16, at 5 pm (UTC+2) via Zoom. If you would like to attend, please register here or send a short message to Corina Turner, email@example.com. You can also call +49 (0)221 999943-14.