Dr. Herrmann serves as Director of Computational Pathology at the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and Assistant Professor of Pathology at Harvard Medical School. He is an interdisciplinary physician-scientist at the intersection of medicine, biology, and computer science with a specialization in biomedical imaging, computer vision, and clinical data science. His research focuses on the development of quantitative digital imaging technologies and their translation into safe and effective clinical services. Prior to joining MGH Pathology, he worked as a data scientist and developed machine learning models for image analysis applications in medical imaging. He has a strong interest in standard development and has been actively engaged in various national and international efforts to advance the standardization and adoption of digital and computational pathology, including the DICOM Working Group 26 Pathology, the IHE Pathology and Laboratory Medicine domain, the CAP Digital and Computational Pathology Committee, and the Alliance for Digital Pathology.