Pathology Informatics Summit 2021
What happens when two of the most successful Pathology Informatics meetings join forces to become one unified venue? The answer is simple: The Pathology Informatics Summit, as made possible by the Association for Pathology Informatics. With over 40 years of combined experience in the running of both the APIII and Lab Infotech Summit meetings, the current conference organizing committee deeply understands the field of Pathology Informatics, and the contemporary issues in our specialty that demand coverage. The Pathology Informatics Summit 2021 Meeting will be the best assemblage to date of the top thought leaders in clinical laboratory informatics and anatomic pathology informatics, with in-depth coverage of machine learning and artificial intelligence, imaging analytics and whole slide imaging workflow solutions. The agenda will continue to address cutting-edge topics of interest to all informaticists.
Without question, the PI Summit 2021 promises to be outstanding, and should be on the calendar for anyone interested in staying current in this very fast-paced and important subspecialty of pathology. The Association for Pathology Informatics provides generous travel scholarships to the meeting for pathologists in training and other graduate students working in the pathology informatics spaces. In addition, the API membership itself allows for substantial discounts in meeting registration. Register early to assure your seat.
2021 Overall Conference Objectives
- Define the rapidly evolving field of Digital Pathology and showcase associated opportunities for expedited adoption of new workflow models leveraging machine learning, artificial intelligence, and hardware solutions
- Understand the various software and hardware products available in the clinical laboratory and pathology market by interacting with a large number of exhibitors
- Understand the requirements to deploy informatics solutions in the clinical diagnostic laboratory
- Present new research in pathology informatics on the basis of submitted competitive scientific abstracts
- Provide a forum for basic pathology informatics instruction for house officers and fellows in pathology training programs
- Provide updated best practices in the rapidly evolving area of digital pathology primary diagnosis