We are delighted to announce that Smart Nano NI, a consortium of local NI companies of which Cirdan are a member, has been successful in winning major funding from the UKRI Strength in Places Fund. £42.4 m has been awarded to Smart Nano NI – a Northern Ireland nano technology consortium to develop new technology for medical devices, communication and data storage.
Sean Latimer, Mechanical Engineer and one of the founding members of Cirdan celebrated his forty-year working anniversary on 1st June. We caught up with Sean to find out more about his forty years of working life and how he came to be one of the founding members of Cirdan.
Ceara Burke, joined us back in February as one of our Lab Analysts working on our world class laboratory information system, ULTRA. Before working at Cirdan, Ceara was a specialist Biomedical Scientist and has brought with her 4 years of first-hand lab experience in order to help develop ULTRA for our customers and users.
Over the past 8 weeks, our Customer Success Manager Heather Montgomery and her PathXL colleagues attended the Scaling the Edge programme led by Queen’s University Belfast (QUB), Innovate UK and Invest NI. Scaling the Edge is an 8-week course designed to accelerate SME businesses product concepts and bring them to market using the Strategyzer Toolkit.
David Montgomery, Head of Engineering for our PathXL division, joined us back in January. Since then, David has been leading new product development and R&D within the division. We recently caught up with David to find out more about his work within the PathXL team and to find out more about the amazing work he has done over the years for Leukaemia and Lymphoma NI.
Cirdan’s PathXL Tutor Platform to deliver managed service for PathLAKE’s online virtual microscopy courses
Cirdan, a global leader in pathology informatics and imaging, since acquiring the Belfast-based Philips Digital and Computational Pathology business (formerly known as PathXL) in July 2020, has enhanced its existing product offering with PathXL’s digital pathology, image analysis, deep learning, and educational tools.
Cirdan joins local industry leaders in Smart Nano NI consortium led by Seagate Technology in a bid to win major funding for Northern Ireland
Cirdan is delighted to be a member of the smart nano-manufacturing corridor consortium (Smart Nano NI) led by Seagate Technology Ireland and to work in partnership with rapidly growing and innovative local Northern Irish organisations including, Yelo, Causeway Sensors Limited, Digital Catapult and Analytics Engines, alongside academic research institutions Queen’s University Belfast, Ulster University and North West Regional College (NWRC).
Cirdan, a global leader in pathology informatics and imaging, and Targos, a global leader in clinical biomarker services today announced that they have consolidated their commitment to advancing digital pathology education and the professional development of pathologists in a new collaboration agreement.
Sean Latimer, Mechanical Engineer and one of the founding members of Cirdan has been volunteering for the past twelve years with the Time to Read program at Christ The Redeemer Primary School, Belfast.
2020 has been a year like no other and starting a new job at any time can be overwhelming never mind starting one during the height of a global pandemic. Despite this, we are so pleased to have been able to continue our recruitment drive and employ new team members during the past eight months to meet the growing demand for our products.
Since acquiring Belfast-based Philips Digital and Computational Pathology business (formerly known as PathXL) in July this year, we have continued to refine and design PathXL Tutor, our digital pathology software platform for education and professional development.
Jonathan Armstrong is currently conducting extensive research into the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in medical imaging with particular focus on how it can enhance and speed up cancer diagnosis. Medical imaging is one of the greatest diagnostic aids available to physicians and they cover a plethora of different technologies..
We are delighted to announce that for the second consecutive year Cirdan has been awarded a place on the government’s latest, G-Cloud framework, the G-cloud 12. G-cloud is a UK government framework set up to encourage the adoption of cloud services across the public sector
“Having a very dedicated and experienced team around me helps make the overall task of instrument implementation a lot easier… This was displayed recently during lockdown with many of our clients requiring interfaces developed, tested and installed urgently.”
One of our innovations at the moment is Artificial Intelligence – or as we like to call it, Machine Learning. We are working on developing algorithms that can aid physicians and clinicians for
decision making in cancer diagnosis.
Eurofins Pathology has streamlined its histology processes and increased lab efficiency with the introduction of ULTRA Cloud, Cirdan’s cloud-based LIS hosted on the Microsoft Azure platform.
ULTRA is a dedicated Laboratory Information System (LIS), which has evolved over the years to meet the needs of high throughput, multi-site, public and private laboratories with complex and diverse requirements.
Medical informatics and imaging technology company, Cirdan has today announced that it has acquired the Belfast-based Philips Digital and Computational Pathology business (formerly known as PathXL).