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2022 CONFERENCE AGENDA
Subject to change (all times Pacific) 
*Name badges required for entry to all conference programs, including the pre-conference workshops. 

 

Sunday, October 16

11:00–7:00 PM

   

Conference Registration Chairman's Lobby

11:30–12:30 PM

 

 

   

Akoya Biosciences Workshop Chairman's Ballroom 368

Advancing multiplexing immunofluorescence for clinical research and routine testing & Implementing multiplex immunofluorescence (mIF) for routine clinical cancer testing at Protean BioDiagnostics: Opportunities and challenges of “next generation IHC”

12:45–1:45 PM 

 

   

Proscia Workshop Chairman's Ballroom 368

What to look for in an AI-ready platform: Preparing your laboratory to deploy computational pathology at scale

2:00–3:00 PM  

 

   

Paige Workshop Chairman's Ballroom 368

Independent data analysis of Paige Prostate and its implementation with Yale Medicine

3:15–4:15 PM 

 

   

Visiopharm Workshop Chairman's Ballroom 368

Identify HER2-low populations: Utilize AI to monitor staining consistency and precisely measure HER2 expression

4:30–5:30 PM  

 

   

Indica Labs Workshop Chairman's Ballroom 368
Towards Open Pathology: Facilitating Development of Novel AI-based Tools for Digital Pathology through Collaboration and Integration

5:30–7:00 PM

   

Opening Reception Chairman's Ballroom 355 (Exhibit Hall)

7:00–8:00 PM

 

   

Aiforia Dinner Workshop Chairman's Ballroom 368

Innovative Application of AI-Extracted Digital Pathology Data

 

Monday, October 17

7:00 AM–7:00 PM

 

 

Conference Registration Chairman's Lobby

7:15–8:15 AM

 

 

 

Roche Breakfast Workshop Chairman's Ballroom 368

Unlocking the future of digital pathology: Open environment is the key!

8:15–9:00 AM

 

 

Refreshment Break & Visit with Exhibitors Chairman's Ballroom 355 (Exhibit Hall)

9:00–9:30 AM

 

 

Opening Session Chairman's Ballroom 370
Esther Abels, Visiopharm; DPA President 

9:30–10:30 AM

 

 

 

 

Keynote Address Chairman's Ballroom 370
Creating Technologies People Love
Jonathan Cagan, PhD, Carnegie Mellon University

10:30 AM–11:30 AM

 

 

 

Digital Pathology: Payment Opportunities and Challenges 
Jonathan Myles, MD, College of American Pathologists

11:30 AM–12:00 PM

 

 

 

Digital Pathology Payment Opportunities and Challenges Panel Discussion
Jonathan Myles, MD, College of American Pathologists & Michael Rivers, Roche

12:00–1:00 PM

 

 

Lunch & Visit with Exhibitors Chairman's Ballroom 355 (Exhibit Hall)

 

 

 

1:00–1:20 PM

1:25–1:45 PM

 

 

1:50–2:10 PM

 

 

 

Track 1 Sessions
Chairman's Ballroom 370

Track 2 Sessions
Chairman's Ballroom 368

Call to Action: Developing interoperable systems instead of closed applications | Steven Hart, PhD, Mayo Clinic

Unraveling the Regulatory Complexity of Diagnostic Development in a Changing Landscape | Staci Kearney, PhD, Elevation Strategic Development, LLC

Patient and Public Involvement in Digital Pathology and AI | Bethany Williams, PhD, National Pathology Imaging Co-Operative

Artificial Intelligence Applications in Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Quantifying the Mucosal Microenvironment of Ulcerative Colitis | Archit Khosla, PathAI & Fedaa Najdawi, MD, PathAI

Improving disease prediction with patient case metadata from social media | Andrew Schaumberg, PhD, Brigham & Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School 

Image-based detection of actionable biomarkers using machine learning algorithms | Nurit Paz-Yaacov, PhD, Imagene-AI 

2:10–2:40 PM

   

Refreshment Break & Visit with Exhibitors Chairman's Ballroom 355 (Exhibit Hall)

2:45–3:30 PM

 

 

   

Current and Future State of Digital Pathology & Artificial Intelligence | Sylvia Asa, MD, PhD, Case Western Reserve University; Matthew Hanna, MD, MSKCC; Junya Fukuoka, MD, PhD, Nagasaki University; Bethany Williams, PhD, National Pathology Imaging Co-Operative

 

 

 

3:40–4:00 PM

4:05–4:25 PM

 

4:30–4:50 PM

 

 

   
Track 1 Sessions
Chairman's Ballroom 370
Track 2 Sessions
Chairman's Ballroom 368
An AI-based lymph node metastasis detection application improves pathologists’ efficiency | Shaoli Sun, MD, The Ohio State University Data from 10 European labs: continuous monitoring could improve staining consistency of IHC companion diagnostic biomarkers | Dirk Vossen, PhD, Visiopharm
Multiple instance contrastive learning for classification and interpretability of pancreatic fine needle aspiration whole slide images | Andrew Sohn, MD, Johns Hopkins Medicine Looking after patient interests when introducing artificial intelligence into clinical care: UK prostate cancer case study | Margaret Horton, PhD, Paige & Monica Dolton, University of Oxford
Standardized classification of lung adenocarcinoma subtypes and improvement of grading assessment using deep learning algorithm | Kris Lami, MD, Nagasaki University Spatial Multi-omics: A new vantage for digital pathology and AI | Jason Reeves, PhD, Nanostring Technologies

4:55–5:35 PM

 

 

 

 

What are the rules of engagement? Guidance for collaborations between academia and industry to promote progress in DP & AI | Anil Parwani, MD, PhD, Ohio State University & Liron Pantanowitz, MD, University of Michigan | Chairman's Ballroom 370

5:35–7:00 PM

 

 

Networking Reception Chairman's Ballroom 355 (Exhibit Hall)

7:00–8:00 PM

 

 

 

Philips Dinner Workshop Chairman's Ballroom 368

Digitization of pathology: step towards connected care and precision medicine

 

Tuesday, October 18

7:00 AM–3:30 PM

   

Conference Registration Chairman's Lobby

7:15–8:15 AM

 

   

Scopio Labs Breakfast Workshop | Chairman's Ballroom 368

A Digital Transformation in Hematopathology: The First Full-Field Bone Marrow Aspirate™ Analysis Platform

8:15–9:00 AM

   

Refreshment Break & Visit with Exhibitors Chairman's Ballroom 355 (Exhibit Hall)

9:00–9:45 AM

 

 

   

Plenary Address | Chairman's Ballroom 370

Reading vs Measuring: The Pathologists' Conundrum

David Rimm, MD, PhD, Yale University School of Medicine

9:50–10:30 AM

 

 

 

The OPEN Solution: Moving towards a Digital Pathology-enabled virtual curriculum to increase global pathology workforce | Lewis Hassell, MD, Oklahoma University Health Sciences Center  Chairman's Ballroom 370

10:35–11:20 AM

 

 

 

DPA Foundation Panel Discussion | Esther Abels, Visiopharm; Chris Garcia, MD, Mayo Clinic; Lewis Hassell, MD, Oklahoma University Health Sciences Center; Michael Rivers, Roche; John Wellbank, Epredia 

11:25 AM–12:05 PM

 

 

 

Quality Digital Images: Understanding the Cost of MSKCC Digital Pathology Operations | Orly Ardon, PhD, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

12:05–1:00 PM

 

 

Lunch & Visit with Exhibitors Chairman's Ballroom 355 (Exhibit Hall)

 

 

 

1:00–1:20 PM

1:25–1:45 PM

1:50–2:10 PM

2:15–2:35 PM

2:40–3:00 PM

 

 

Track 1 Sessions
Chairman's Ballroom 370
Track 2 Sessions
Chairman's Ballroom 368
Evaluation, Deployment, and Implementation of Artificial Intelligence in Clinical Practice | Douglas Hartman, MD, UPMC New technologies for tissue microscopy, new opportunities for computational pathology | Richard Levenson, MD, UC Davis Health 
Presenting a Path for integration of a digital pathology system with the laboratory information system to create innovative pathology-centric workflows | Rajendra Singh, MD, Summit Health  Objective PD-L1 Immunohistochemistry Scoring Using Virtual Multiplex Immunofluorescence Restaining | Saad Nadeem, PhD, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Validating and implementing artificial intelligence algorithms for routine clinical practice in an academic center with case-based and data-driven discussion | Zaibo Li, MD, PhD, The Ohio State University
Multiomic spatial delineation of immunotherapy response groups in non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) | Arutha Kulasinghe, PhD, The University of Queensland
Modeling Kidney Transplant Outcome From the Donor Biopsy Using a Deep Learning Derived Measure of Percent Global Glomerulosclerosis | S. Joshua Swamidass, MD, PhD, Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis
DICOM WG-26 Pathology Connectathon and Hackathon | Markus Herrmann, MD, PhD, Massachusetts General Hospital
Whole slide image representation in bone marrow cytology | Hamid Tizhoosh, PhD, Mayo Clinic; Clinton Campbell, MD, PhD, Hamilton Health Sciences/McMaster University Multimedia and Interactive Pathology Reporting Empowered by Digital Pathology - Innovations in Communicating the Value of Pathology and Connecting with Our Clinical Teams and Patients | Marilyn Bui, MD, PhD, Moffitt Cancer Center

3:00–3:30 PM

 

 

Refreshment Break & Visit with Exhibitors Chairman's Ballroom 355 (Exhibit Hall)

3:30–3:45 PM

 

 

Poster Awards Chairman's Ballroom 370

3:45–4:45 PM

 

 

 

Update of the DPA Regulatory & Standards Task Force | Markus Herrmann, MD, PhD, Massachusetts General Hospital; Heather Jalisi, Leica; Anindita Saha, FDAChairman's Ballroom 370

4:45 PM

 

 

Closing Session | Chairman's Ballroom 370
Esther Abels, Visiopharm; DPA President

 

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