In this podcast, our Chief Operations Officer & founder, John Waller, was invited onto the hugely popular Digital Pathology Today podcast.
John and the podcast host, Dr. Joseph Anderson, chat about OracleBio’s humble beginnings and our quantitative digital pathology journey over the past decade – from a single company laptop to a cutting-edge, scalable cloud computing infrastructure.
They covered a number of interesting topics, including:
- OracleBio’s history, mission, and field of practice
- Good Clinical Practice
- How Digital Pathology has evolved over the years and what its future holds
- Pathologist-led image analysis and the difficulties humans face with detailed quantification
- Artificial Intelligence: Machine Learning and Deep Learning
The importance of cloud computing and automation
- …and a whole lot more!
Be sure to check out more episodes on the Digital Pathology Today website.
Reasons to Work With OracleBio:
Data you can trust – We have thorough quality control procedures in place throughout our workflow to ensure the data we provide is of a high-quality standard
Latest technologies – We continually invest time and money into the latest software and techniques so you don’t need to
More from OracleBio:
In this article, OracleBio Senior Clinical Pathologist, Dr. James Going, talks about the importance of understanding where cancer comes from as we seek earlier detection and appropriate treatment.A neoplasm is a population of abnormal cells which persist and...
Multiplex IF assays are highly valuable in generating data that enables a deeper understanding of cell phenotypes, their functional status, and spatial relationships within tissues across different diseases or therapeutic interventions. However, the staining of...
Earlier this year, we announced that OracleBio is now conducting quantitative image analysis on clinical trial samples in accordance with Good Clinical Practices (GCP). Having recognised these standards, it is important to ensure that this high-level quality is...
Find out more about our Software Capabilities
OracleBio's Quantitative Digital Pathology Services
Stay up to date with OracleBio
Sign up to our mailing list to stay informed about news, webinars, events and more