Entries by John Waller

Welcome, New Hires!

2018 was an exciting year of growth for OracleBio in many aspects, and our team was no exception. As part of the continued expansion of our business, OracleBio were thrilled to welcome two new members to our offices in BioCity Scotland. A Business Development Assistant and Marketing Assistant have joined our team to help establish […]

Tumour Models (Boston) 2016

OracleBio will be presenting and exhibiting at the 4th Annual Tumour Models Summit in Boston on the 20th and 21st July, 2016.  The Tumor Models Summit Boston will focus on immunotherapy, combination therapies and the very latest improvements in preclinical and translation imaging designed to improve the predictability and interpretation of  model-based research. Dr Lorcan Sherry (OracleBio’s CSO) will be delivering a talk entitled, “Interpreting the Impact […]

Use of histology image analysis to aid selection of oncology xenograft models for drug development

The development of new oncology therapies is routinely supported through the use of various xenograft models. Identifying the most suitable models for use in pre-clinical oncology programmes is key to establishing a successful translational R&D strategy. The models selected should not only represent the clinical pathology of the specific cancer but must also appropriately express […]

OracleBio Xenograft IHC biomarker image analysis data presented at the Tumour Models Conference, London December 2014

The use of histology image analysis to accurately quantify biomarker levels in oncology research is a key approach used to better understand the in vivo drug response and mechanism of action of new therapies. Whole slide image analysis can help to extract detailed, quantitative data from IHC-stained tumor tissue sections to allow correlation with in […]

The Latest Newsletter from OracleBio – July 2014

Welcome to the latest OracleBio newsletter which includes a host of information on our company and the tissue-based biomarker quantification services that we offer using industry leading image analysis software.  To read more, please click on the following  link: Newsletter

Microscope Slide Scanning

  Microscope slide scanning to produce digital histology images is a recent technology which is of interest to both histologists and pathologists. Microscope slide scanning to produce digital images is routinely used in various teaching organisations, however its implementation and utilization in everyday histology/pathology laboratories is still in its infancy. There are numerous opinions and preconceptions […]