The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.
Telepathology is the practice of pathology at remoteness. It practices telecommunications technology to ease the transfer of image-rich pathology data between distant sites for the purposes of analysis, edification, and clinical research.
Telepathology has been efficaciously used for many bids, including the rendering of histopathology tissue analyses at a distance, Remote robotic microscopy, Forensic Pathology, Teleconferencing. Although digital pathology imaging, including virtual microscopy, is the mode of choice for telepathology services in developed countries, analog telepathology imaging is still used for patient amenities in some developing countries.
- Track 1-1Digital microscopy
- Track 1-2Remote robotic microscopy
- Track 1-3Teleconferencing
- Track 1-4Video microscopy
- Track 1-5Web conferencing
- Track 1-6Virtual Microscopy
- Track 1-7Telemicroscopy
- Track 1-8Teleconsultation
Virtual microscopy and developments in machine learning have surfaced the way for the ever-expanding field of digital pathology. Multiple image-based computing settings capable of performing automated reckonable and morphological analyses are the groundwork on which digital pathology is built. The bids for digital pathology include Tissue-based imaging, Biomarker research and Biobanking in the clinical background are numerous and are discovered along with the digital software environments themselves, as well as the different analytical modalities precise to digital pathology.
- Track 2-1Clinical trials support
- Track 2-2Next generation sequencing
- Track 2-3Biomarker research
- Track 2-4Tissue-based imaging
- Track 2-5Biobanking
Pathology informatics is an interdisciplinary information science castigation primarily concerned with the assemblage, cataloging, manipulation, data storage, recovery and propagation of data to solve problems in pathology. Informatics studies the depiction, processing, and communication of information in Cloud computing, Access through mobile devices, Pathology PACS, Pathology IT and Incorporation with LIMS/LIS natural and engineered systems. It has the facet of computational pathology, cognitive pathology and social pathology.
Pathology Informatics emphases on the management and analysis of clinical and research pathology data using modern computing, communications and digital imaging techniques.
Diagnostic Pathology is a branch deals with examination of body tissues and their examination. Microscopical learning of abnormal tissue development, disease determination, histopathology of lesions and sometimes post-mortem. It does investigation on critical verdict in surgical pathology.
It is exhilarating to consider the potential that the uprising in genomics, proteomics, and computational biology will have on the future of diagnostic pathology and laboratory medicine.
Biomedical engineering (BME) is the bid of engineering ideologies and design concepts to medicine and biology for healthcare tenacities (e.g. diagnostic or therapeutic).
Protruding biomedical engineering bids include the expansion of biocompatible prostheses, various diagnostic and therapeutic medical devices like MRIs and EEGs, cardio vascular surgical devices, ranging from clinical equipment to micro-implants, communal imaging equipment such as MRIs and EEGs, regenerative tissue growth, pharmaceutical drugs and therapeutic biological.
Image Analysis software delivers easy-to-use solutions for the automated quantitative evaluation of bright field and fluorescent slides. Powerful image analysis software solutions combined with an intuitive interface enables users to easily tailor algorithms to their own specific needs.
Dermatopathology comprises study of the microscopic morphology of skin segments. It reflects pathophysiologic changes happening at the microscopic level in the skin and its appendages. The complete sequencing of the human genome has steered in an era of medical advances and it is due to Human Genome Project (HGP) .that was previously unconceivable. Scientists are repeatedly discovering novel genetic and epigenetic machineries that are linked with human disease states and therapeutic responses. The capability to determine the primary defect in single-gene diseases, many of which are rare, has improved both analysis in symptomatic patients and risk estimate of future disease in asymptomatic individuals.
Digital pathology is a lively, image-based environment that enables the procurement, supervision and interpretation of pathology information generated from a digitized glass slide. Digital imaging today signifies more of an evolution than a revolution in pathology. With the advent of clinical trials (e.g. teleconferencing), pathologists today are beginning to interrelate more with each other. However, more incorporation of digital photo frame with computer systems is desirable, as well as standards for the entire digital imaging process.
Digital pathology is a vast area of science which include Hematopathology, Telepathology, Radiopathology, Digital Pathology on Bio banking and Clinical Trials, Computational Pathology.
- Track 8-13D imaging
- Track 8-2Teleconsultation
- Track 8-3Integration with LIMS/LIS
- Track 8-4tumor pathology
- Track 8-5Renal pathology
- Track 8-6Whole Slide Image Storage
- Track 8-7Comparative Effectiveness Research (CER)
- Track 8-8Human Computer Interaction and Evaluation
- Track 8-9Pharmacoepidemiology
- Track 8-10Telemedicine and public health
- Track 8-11Prenatal DNA Sequencing
- Track 8-12Hematopathology
- Track 8-13Telepathology
- Track 8-14Radiopathology
- Track 8-15Digital Pathology on Biobanking and Clinical Trials
- Track 8-16Computational Pathology
- Track 8-17Ex Vivo Applications of IVM
- Track 8-18Optical Coherence Tomography
- Track 8-19Whole Slide Imaging (WSI)
- Track 8-20Telemedicine
- Track 8-21E-learning and pathology
- Track 8-22Data mining
- Track 8-23Models in pathology
- Track 8-24Telediagnosis
Digital pathology can be well-thought-out as an aide to traditional microscopy. In traditional microscopy, we entail a microscope to sight the glass slide. We can only view one slide, one field of view, and one embellishment at a time. If we want to do any sort of analysis with a microscope, we must remember the information from each field of view. In Digital Pathology, we have the advantage of doing things in different way. We can view some digital slides on a computer monitor.
In case of traditional microscopy, if we want to share data with someone at a distant place, the slide has to be mailed. But with digital pathology, we can share the data with anyone in the world directly.
- Track 9-1Traditional microscopy
- Track 9-2Virtual Microscopy
- Track 9-3Digital slides
Medical imaging is a technique and process of generating visual depictions of interior body for clinical analysis and medical intervention, medical imaging institutes a sub-discipline of biomedical engineering, medical physics or medicine depending on the context: Research and development in the area of instrumentation, image procurement (e.g. Radiography), modeling and measurement are usually the preserve of biomedical engineering.
Digital Imaging methods are part of biological imaging and includes radiology which uses the imaging technologies of X-ray radiography, magnetic resonance imaging, medical ultrasonography or ultrasound, endoscopy, elastography, tactile imaging, thermography, medical photography and nuclear medicine functional imaging procedures as positron emission tomography (PET) and Single-photon emission computed tomography (SPECT).
- Track 10-1X-RAY
- Track 10-2Ultrasound
- Track 10-3Magnetic Resonance Imaging
- Track 10-4Echocardiography
- Track 10-5Position emission tomography
- Track 10-6Tactile imaging
- Track 10-7Photoacoustic imaging
- Track 10-8Conventional Radiography
- Track 10-9Tomography
- Track 10-10Computed Tomography
Digital imaging bids many benefits over conventional film-based imaging, the most convincing of which is the ability to store, repossess, allocate and review images at any time and in any location, which is aptly networked. This means that the mentioning physician, the patient and the radiologist can all be in different sites, both to one another and to the stored image, but still communicate efficiently. Digital image analysis include Computer aided diagnoses, 3D imaging, Biomarker analysis.
- Track 11-1Visualization methods for diagnosis and prognosis
- Track 11-2Image Processing and pattern recognition
- Track 11-3Biomarker analysis
- Track 11-4Digital image analysis in drug discovery
- Track 11-5Computer aided diagnoses
- Track 11-6virtual microscopy and digital image analysis
- Track 11-7Image registration
- Track 11-8Image quality and scanning speed