Scientific Program

17 June 2021

8:00
8:20
Digestive system digital pathology
Moderated by: Francesco Ciompi, Nikolas Stathonikos
Image-based molecular classification of colorectal cancer
Viktor Kölzer
Interpretable survival prediction for colorectal cancer using deep learning
Kurt Zatloukal
Computational pathology for precision medicine
Nasir Rajpoot
Q&A
09:45
Break
09:50
Leica Biosystems - The digital pathology implementation journey – 20 years of insight (Merouan Hemamda)
10:20
Keynote talks
Moderated by: Norman Zerbe, Mircea Serbanescu
Digital lung pathology - the same diseases through a different scope
Junya Fukuoka
Multimodel assessment of tumor budding
Inti Zlobec
A regulatory view on AI in clinical environments in Europe
Christian Johner
Q&A
11:45
Break
12:00
Aiforia - Commonplace challenges and practical solutions for adopting AI-assisted diagnostics
12:45
Oral free presentations
Moderated by: Harshita Sharma, Ali Khurram
A comparison of scan profiles in digital cytopathology (Angel Estebanez-Gallo - Spain)
Quality control stress test for deep learning-based diagnostic model in digital pathology (Yuri Tolkach - Germany)
Automated mitosis detection from breast cancer sections sequentially stained with H&E and anti-PHH3 (Sebastian Lohmann)
How AI deployment has driven full scale digitization of pathology for routine clinical workflow (Judith Sandbank)
Quantifying intra-tumor gene expression heterogeneity for survival prediction using deep learning (Yinxi Wang - Sweden)
Automatic lung cancer segmentation in histopathology whole-slide images with deep learning (Yiping Jiao - China)
QA impact of validating and standardising ground-truth colour for digital pathology (Richard Salmon - United Kindgom)
QuPath aided image analysis to evaluate tumor nuclei: application and experience (Artyom Borbat - Russia)
Colorectal biopsies assessment using weakly supervised classification of whole-slide images (João Fraga/Pedro Neto - Portugal)
Training robust deep learning models for medical imaging tasks with spectral decoupling (Joona Pohjonen - Finland)
Q&A
14:45
Keynote talks
Moderated by: Catarina Eloy, Ales Ryska
The road to implementing digital pathology and AI tools in clinical practice: the USA perspective with updates and future directions
Anil Parwani
ESDIP recommendations for digital workflow implementation
Filippo Fraggetta
Q&A
15:45
Break
16:00
Annual General Meeting

18 June 2021

8:20
Breast digital pathology
Moderated by: Ana Sapino, David De Mena
Intratumoral heterogeneity and immune response in breast carcinoma
Arvydas Laurinavičius
Artificial intelligence improves the accuracy in histologic classification of breast lesions
António Polónia
Implementing TILs in breast cancer daily practice
Roberto Salgado
Q&A
9:45
Break
9:50
3DHISTECH - Digital pathology in the (post?) Covid-pandemic times (Béla Molnár, András Matolscy)
10:30
Keynote talks
Moderated by: Esther Rossi, Daniel Racoceanu
Digital cytopathology - what is holding us back?
Jordi Temprana
Telecytology
Andrey Bychkov
Q&A
11:30
Break
12:00
Mindpeak - Immunhistochemistry quantification with AI in routine diagnostics
12:30
Oral free presentations
Moderated by: Filippo Fraggetta, Johan Lundin
Rapid computer-assisted annotation of H&E stains for deep learning (Patricia Switten Nielsen - Denmark)
Detecting Helicobacter pylori using deep Learning in H&E-stained histological images (Rui Barbosa - Portugal)
Orcaset: a novel dataset of OSCC annotated images (Francesco Martino - Italy)
Novel integrated AI-based solution for supporting prostate cancer primary diagnosis in routine use (Delphine Raoux - France)
Correcting differences in multi-scanners for digital pathology images using deep learning (Auranuch Lorsakul - USA)
Crowdsourcing of deep learning algorithms for diagnosis and grading of prostate cancer in biopsies (Kimmo Kartasalo - Sweden)
Transcriptome-wide prediction of prostate cancer gene expression from histopathology images (Philippe Weitz - Sweden)
Digital pathology implementation challenges: scanning issues and how to solve them (João Fraga/Liliana Ribeiro - Portugal)
An international validation study of automated cancer detection in prostate biopsies (Yuri Tolkach - Germany)
Design and development of a digital pathology system: experience at the 'Marques de Valdecilla' University Hospital (Angel Estebanez-Gallo - Spain)
Q&A
14:30
Keynote talks
Moderated by: Peter Hufnagl
Quality control of the digital image
David Ameisen
The integrative dimension of pathology
Manuel Salto-Tellez, Catarina Eloy
Q&A
15:30
Break
15:45
Urological digital pathology
Moderated by: Rita Carvalho, André Homeyer
Digital pathology and computational image analysis in nephropathology
Ulysses Balis
Interpreter of maladies - computational imaging for precision medicine
Anant Madabhushi
Performance of an artificial intelligence algorithm for reporting urine cytopathology
Liron Pantanowitz
Q&A
17:00
DICOM Hackathon Panel
Opening remarks and introduction
Norman Zerbe
DICOM WG-26 activities
Markus Herrman
Panel Discussion
17:45
Closing remarks
Note that the program is expressed in CET