History & Overview of Digital Pathology Webinar

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History & Overview of Digital Pathology Webinar

The ADRC Digital Pathology Working Group in collaboration with NACC invite you to attend a one-hour webinar.


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About this event

Join us on March 8th as we kick off our Digital Pathology Webinar Series with our first event: History and Overview of Digital Pathology Webinar.

The ADRC Digital Pathology Working Group in collaboration with NACC invite you to attend a one-hour webinar session which will provide an introduction and overview of digital pathology. The speaker and panelists are outlined below.


Charles L. White, III MD


Charles L. White III MD

Sandra Camelo-Piragua, MD

C. Dirk Keene, MD, PhD

Peter T. Nelson, MD, PhD

Jeanelle Azira Torres

Brittany N. Dugger, PhD

How to Attend:

In order to receive the Zoom link for this free event, you will need to register via Eventbrite. You will receive automatic email reminders about the event and the option to add the event to your calendar.

Please feel free to share this Eventbrite link widely with your Center and your network.

About the Digital Pathology Webinar Series

At 11am ET on the 2nd Monday of each month*, keep an eye out for our Digital Pathology Webinars, showcasing 30 minutes of panel discussion and 30 minutes of Q&A. Topics include an overview of digital pathology, slide scanner purchasing considerations, HALO Software Applications, Aperio Software Applications, QuPath Software Applications, Machine Learning for Digital Pathology and general troubleshooting.

*Webinars will be hosted monthly aside from the months of April, July, and November 2021.

About NACC

The National Alzheimer's Coordinating Center was established in 1999 by the National Institute on Aging/NIH to facilitate collaborative, longitudinal research. Using data collected from NIA-funded Alzheimer's Disease Research Centers (ADRCs) across the United States, NACC has developed and maintains a large relational database of standardized clinical and neuropathological research data.

There are approximately 30 NIA-funded ADRCs across the United States. The Centers are organized in "cores" (Administrative; Clinical; Data Management & Statistics; Neuropathology; Outreach, Recruitment and Education; and Biomarker) and "components" (Research Education Component). These "cores" regularly host webinars, the likes of what you'll see on our channel!

For more information on upcoming NACC webinars and past webinars, please visit https://naccdata.org/adrc-resources/adrc-webinars.

To learn more about NACC, please visit https://naccdata.org/.