European Congress on Digital Pathology comes to Warwick

Three-day conference is set to attract up to 500 students, trainees, academics, clinicians and industry representatives.

The 15th edition of the European Congress on Digital Pathology (ECDP) will beheld at Warwick Conferences in April 2019. It is expected to attract up to 500 students, trainees, academics, clinicians and industry representatives from around the world. 

The conference will be chaired by Professors Nasir Rajpoot and David Snead, who are leading the recently awarded £14.2m PathLAKE centre of excellence for AI in pathology to help develop cutting-edge technologies for cancer diagnosis and personalised treatment.

Featuring keynote talks and industrial exhibitions, the event will showcase the latest advances and emerging trends in digital and computational pathology.

Professor Nasir Rajpoot from the University of Warwick, commented: "The UK has traditionally been at the forefront of cellular pathology and there are now significant developments in the UK in the areas of digital and computational pathology. It is right and proper that the congress is brought to the UK for the first time.

"We are in the process of putting together a stimulating conference programme consisting of invited talks by established luminaries and young rising researchers in the field to present their cutting-edge research."

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