Challenges and Progress in Digital Pathology and Precision Oncology: An interactive Forum
Today's workshop will be an interactive session to discuss Digital Pathology challenges and progress. Experience with implementation and workflow vary, and topics like infrastructure, standardization, storage, interoperability, reimbursement, and regulatory, are top of mind for those digitizing slides for a variety of applications, including AI image analysis. To realize the medical value this technology can bring to patients, we look forward to the exchange of information & accelerating access to high quality AI-assisted Digital Pathology.
Michael Rivers, MBA
Vice President and Life Cycle Leader
Roche Tissue Diagnostics
Michael joined Roche Diagnostics in 2006 and has been Lifecycle Leader for Digital Pathology since October 2015. In this role, he leads the Digital Pathology team in Santa Clara, California to develop and commercialize the Digital Pathology portfolio of products and technology for Roche. Michael also is a Past President of the Digital Pathology Association and has been a member of the DPA Board of Directors since 2015. He currently serves as President of the Digital Pathology Association Foundation. Michael has held a number of sales and marketing leadership roles at Roche and is passionate about the opportunity to transform cancer diagnostics with Digital Pathology.