SPIE Conference Mini Series

Having attended SPIE Medical Imaging 2023, Pathology News has put together a mini-series special. This 5-part special offers a snapshot of some of the conference presentations.

SPIE Conference Part 5: New Transformer-based Computational Pipeline may Improve H&E to Multiplexed Immunohistochemistry Stain Translation

by Christos Evangelou, MSc, PhD – Medical Writer and Editor SAN DIEGO, California – In a new study, researchers at the University of Manchester, UK, developed a new transformer-based computational app...

SPIE Conference Part 4: Human-AI Collaboration: How to Make The Relationship More Effective?

by Christos Evangelou, MSc, PhD – Medical Writer and Editor SAN DIEGO, California – Despite the ever-increasing interest in the use of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning models to enhan...

SPIE Conference Part 3: Region of Interest Detection May Improve WSI Classification Performance of Patch-based Models

by Christos Evangelou, MSc, PhD – Medical Writer and Editor SAN DIEGO, California – In a new study, researchers at Bilkent University in Turkey investigated the effect of region of interest (ROI) dete...

SPIE Conference Part 2: New Study Shows Limited Generalizability of DenseNet Models for Cancer Detection

by Christos Evangelou, MSc, PhD – Medical Writer and Editor SAN DIEGO, California – In a new study, researchers at Case Western Reserve University and Emory University investigated the cancer detectio...

SPIE Conference Part 1: Extended Depth of Field Imaging Holds Promise for Accelerating Digital Pathology Image Analysis

by Christos Evangelou, MSc, PhD – Medical Writer and Editor SAN DIEGO, California – In a new study, researchers at the University of Texas at Dallas, USA, developed a new extended depth of field (EDOF...