OracleBio’s Chief Scientific Officer, Lorcan Sherry, recently joined Aleksandra Zuraw on the Digital Pathology Place podcast.
During the podcast, Aleks and Lorcan have a conversation about the history of OracleBio and the company’s journey to GCP Image Analysis. Listen to the episode to hear Aleks and Lorcan discuss:
- Lorcan’s background and the origins of OracleBio
- OracleBio’s use of image analysis software platforms
- Processes for assuring image analysis data is of a high quality
- Pathologist input throughout the image analysis workflow
- How the company innovates
- and more!
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
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