Research Departments Pathology
About usThe Pathology department focuses on (hemato-)oncology, gastro-intestinal pathology, nephropathology, neuro-oncology, molecular pathology and digital pathology. Our research links research in molecular and cell biology, image analysis research and preclinical disease models to clinical diagnostics.
Aiosyn and Radboudumc are the first in the Netherlands to implement AI in the clinical pathology workflowDigital pathology slides will be screened with a quality control algorithm4 April 2022
Artificial intelligence as a digital colleague improves prostate cancer diagnosisComputer outperforms pathologists, but together they are even better14 January 2022
Kidney damage as a result of coronavirus infectionCoronavirus infects the kidneys and contributes to tissue scarring27 December 2021
Internships requests Internships requestsFor internships, please have a look at our researchers and our research groups and contact the ones that are of interest to you directly.
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