Pathology Visions 2012
Miss Maria Coats, Clinical Research Fellow at the University of Dundee, will be giving an oral presentation – ‘Optical Projection Tomography: Redefining The Pit Pattern Classification’ – at the 2012 Pathology Visions conference, to be held this autumn in Baltimore, Maryland, 28th – 31st October.
The presentation will focus on some of the results of the Development Gap Funded work carried out by Miss Coats in conjunction with MRC Technology. This two year project evaluated the diagnostic potential …Read more…
Congress of the International Academy of Pathology
Professor Frank Carey, Consultant Pathologist and Honorary Professor at NHS Tayside and the University of Dundee, will be presenting a poster at the 29th Congress of the International Academy of Pathologists (IAP), to be held in Cape Town this autumn, 30th September – 5th October 2012.
The poster – ‘Optical Projection Tomography: Can it help diagnose the colorectal polypoid cancer?’ – focuses on the Development Gap Funded work carried out by Clinical Research Fellow, Miss Maria Coats, and …Read more…
Digestive Disease Week 2012
An evaluation of the diagnostic potential of OPT in the diagnosis of colorectal polyps is to be presented at Digestive Disease Week 2012, the world’s largest gathering of physicians and researchers in the fields of gastroenterology, hepatology, endoscopy and gastrointestinal surgery.…Read more…
Pathology Visions 2011
OPT has been given an Honourable Mention in the clinical category of the 2011 Pathology Visions Poster Presentation Contest, to be held in San Diego. Maria Coats, from the University of Dundee, will present a poster on the use of Optical Projection Tomography as a Diagnostic Tool for Colorectal Polyps
The Pathology Visions conference is the annual meeting of the Digital Pathology Association (DPA). The DPA was founded in 2009 and it’s goals include supporting digital pathology education …Read more…
EMBO 3D Developmental Imaging course 2010
Staff from Bioptonics will be attending a 3D Developmental Imaging course, run by the European Molecular Biology Organisation (EMBO). The course takes place in Oeiras, Portugal, 1st-9th October 2010, and will give participants the opportunity to learn and test state-of-the-art techniques/protocols for imaging whole embryos (both fixed and live).
A poster for the course can be seen here.…Read more…