Philips teams up with Visiopharm to boost breast cancer diagnosis objectivity through computational pathology

Philips teams up with Visiopharm to boost breast cancer diagnosis objectivity through computational pathology
• Breast cancer patients in Europe are set to benefit from more objective diagnosis • Philips’ digital pathology offering to be complemented with Visiopharm breast cancer panel algorithms Amsterdam, the Netherlands – Royal Philips (NYSE: PHG...
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Worldwide collaboration for the Galileo Tissue Microarray – 100% traceable TMA workflow

Worldwide collaboration for the Galileo Tissue Microarray – 100% traceable TMA workflow
Today ISENET and Visiopharm announce a non-exclusive world-wide distribution agreement to provide Visiopharm image analysis with the Galileo TMA instrument, along with the Visiopharm Tissuearray™ imaging module, a part of ONCOTOPIX®, for tissue-ba...
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Visiopharm Powers Up With VIS 6.0

Visiopharm, the leading provider of quantitative digital pathology software for diagnostics and research, announces the launch of VIS 6.0 a powerful new version of their software.  VIS 6.0 includes many new features plus Engine™ a new tec...
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Image Analysis: A Vital Tool for Drug Discovery

Image Analysis: A Vital Tool for Drug Discovery
An interview with Amanda Lowe, Senior Vice President and Andreas Schønau, Chief Scientific Officer of Visiopharm, a solution provider company at the marcus evans Discovery Summit 2015, on how quantitative digital pathology can enhance the drug disc...
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A New Chief Scientific Officer and Chief Marketing Officer Join the Visiopharm Executive Team

Andreas Schønau joins Visiopharm as Chief Scientific Officer. He received his M.Sc. in Engineering from the Technical University of Denmark in 1997, and has since added diploma degrees in Business Administration and Management (EBA, 2002) and Infor...
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New, Innovative Technologies for Quality Control of Immunohistochemistry

New, Innovative Technologies for Quality Control of Immunohistochemistry
Immunohistochemistry (IHC) stained tissue sections are read and interpreted by a pathologist using a microscope, or on a computer monitor as routine use of digital pathology continues to grow. Regardless of interpretation method, It is well known and...
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