Jeroen van der Laak awarded as Nathan Kaufman timely topics lecturer 2019 at the annual meeting of the United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology (USCAP).His keynote lecture titled 'The Rise of Artificial Intelligence: Impact on Advanced Diagnostics in Health Care' was held inside the impressive Potomac Ballroom, in the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center at the National Harber, Maryland. The lecture was witnessed by 3500 clinicians, researchers and other interested parties. His research group investigates the use of deep learning based analysis of whole slide images for different applications: improvement of routine pathology diagnostics, objective quantification of immunohistochemical markers, and study of novel imaging biomarkers for prognostics. The Nathan Kaufman Timely Topics Lecture is presented during the Annual Meeting of USCAP. The lecturer should be well recognized and respected within the medical community, in general, and by the pathology community; he/she should be capable of giving a lucid and erudite lecture relating to topics of contemporary interest. This lecture is regarded as an honor within the USCAP sphere.
Jeroen van der Laak is member of theme Women's cancers.
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