We are excited to announce that the agenda for Pathology Horizons 2018 has now been released.
We are pleased to announce that the findings of our recent survey on the ‘Future of LIS’ can now be viewed along with other articles in a special report published by Global Business Media entitled: “Improving Laboratory Operations and Efficiencies.”
Hear from Dr. Buckley on the “Application of Liquid Biopsy to the Detection and Treatment of Ovarian Cancer”
We are delighted to welcome Dr. Niamh Buckley of Queen’s University Belfast to our panel of speakers for this year’s Pathology Horizons Conference in N. Ireland.
The centre of the pathology universe is the pathology report, but creating value from a Courier-font, paper-based document can be challenging.
Prof. Deon Venter, University of Wollongong, Australia will be joining the speaker panel for Pathology Horizons 2018 at the beautiful Lough Erne Resort in N.Ireland this September.
We are delighted to announce that Professor Richard Kennedy, Medical Director and Global VP of Almac Diagnostics will be speaking at the Pathology Horizons 2018 conference in N.Ireland.
It gives us great pleasure to announce that Associate Professor Jane Armes of NSW Pathology, Australia will be speaking on “Genome Sequencing as a Diagnostic Aid” at Pathology Horizons 2018.
We are delighted to announce that Dr. Anil Parwani, Professor of Pathology at The Ohio State University and recognised keynote speaker will be presenting at the Pathology Horizons 2018 conference this September in N.Ireland
Working closely with our UK distributor, PFM Medical, and OEM suppliers such as AFOS we are reaching out to new and existing customers, introducing a new level of performance and integration.
Most Laboratory Information Systems (LIS) are no longer fit for purpose. While the software industry has undergone rapid innovation many of its benefits have not made their way into LIS.
We were delighted to have Dr. Glenn Edwards, Pathology Director, SA Pathology, Australia talk at the Pathology Horizons 2017 Conference in Cairns.
Despite the addition of some ancillary tests, the fundamental techniques and basic morphological approaches to diagnosis employed in the diagnostic surgical pathology laboratory have not changed in more than 100 years.
We were delighted to have Publisher of leading industry blog, tissuepathology.com, Dr. Keith Kaplan share his knowledge on the past fifteen years of digital pathology with us at Pathology Horizons 2017.
Cirdan is delighted to have won a major contract with Northern Health in Melbourne, Australia estimated to be worth nearly £1m. The contract is for the provision and installation of a Laboratory Information System (LIS)
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is becoming a reality in medicine. However, can these deep learning tools perform the complex tasks of Pathologists, and in some instances with superior accuracy?
The introduction of social media has changed the way we communicate as well as how we obtain information. The influence and power of social media is increasingly recognised by academic institutions.
Cirdan is delighted to be hosting a round table session on ‘The Future of LIS’ at the upcoming Diagnostics Boot Camp conference on Wednesday, 22 November in London.
September 2018 will see Cirdan host the next Pathology Horizons conference in Northern Ireland for the first time ever. Previous event locations have included Cairns and Fraser Island in Australia and Galway, Ireland.