Agnieszcka comes from a background of Biomedical Science specialising in biomarkers for assay development and came to join the company though a Knowledge Transfer Programme (KTP) with Queen’s University Belfast
Digital macro imaging is a rapidly developing area within the pathology workflow and can impact all areas and users, from lab workers, biomedical scientists, clinical scientists, pathologists through to the patients themselves.
ULTRA can be delivered as either an on-premise solution or hosted on the cloud. Many laboratories today are seeking a cloud service, due to the resilience and reliability a managed service provides.
Cirdan has recently been awarded a place on the UK Government’s latest G-Cloud framework, G-Cloud 11.
G-Cloud is a UK Government framework set up to encourage the adoption of Cloud Services across the public sector.
The development and maintenance of a Laboratory Information System (LIS) involves input from many different types of roles within Cirdan and outside of it. For example Software Developers, Technical Architects, Subject Matter Experts (SMEs), Customer Support, UX...
With the advent of digital pathology, there is an opportunity to develop computerized image analysis methods to not just detect and diagnose disease from histopathology tissue sections, but to also attempt to predict risk of recurrence, predict disease aggressiveness and long term survival.
“My name is Jessica & I am one of the people who act as a bridge between Cirdan’s customers and the developers who build ULTRA Laboratory Information System (LIS).
Last week saw Cirdan pick up the gong for Placement Partnership of the Year 2019 (student nomination category) at the Ulster University Excellence Awards.
Cirdan has two teams running in the Belfast Marathon Relay this year, with one of the team members set to run the full 26.2 miles – fair play! The goal of participating in the marathon is to raise funds for our nominated charity this year, Welcome Organisation
The centre of the pathology universe is the pathology report, but creating value from a Courier-font, paper-based document can be challenging. Pathologists now have the opportunity to integrate new technologies…
Cirdan is set to attend and exhibit at LabCon 2019 in the Lyrath Hotel in Kilkenny, Ireland this Friday. LabCon is a joint conference hosted both by the Academy of Clinical Science and Laboratory Medicine (ACSLM) and the Medical Laboratory Scientists Association (MLSA).
We are delighted to announce that Grahame Grieve from Health Intersections Pty Ltd, Australia will speak on the topic of interoperability at Pathology Horizons 2019.
University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust (UHS) has boosted its Cellular Pathology digital operations with the introduction of five PathLite Compact systems from Cirdan.
It is important to consider the ways in which a system can be mounted when thinking about implementing or upgrading a macro/gross imaging system.
The development of professional medical software is often behind the curve in both technical and design implementation. This is in part due to the slow rate of replacement of software within medical institutions. Additionally, users are often not consulted in the...
Delegates were immersed into a world where artificial intelligence and augmented reality could be the home of the new laboratory. The interactions, innovators and world-class speakers definitely added to the attraction of this conference. Never mind the picturesque setting.
Cirdan will attend and present at the Leaders in Diagnostics event in London on 7th November 2018. The event brings together diagnostic leaders from all disciplines to meet, network and share knowledge over the course of a day. The event is a catalyst for generating...
Cirdan carried out the research featured in this special report in early 2018 with the aim of determining where the future of LIS lies.