Mount Sinai to add analytics component to new pathology center

The Department of Pathology at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai has established the Center for Computational and Systems Pathology to advance pathology practice. Researchers at the new academic facility will use advanced computer science and mathematical techniques coupled with cutting-edge microscope technology and artificial intelligence, with the goal of more accurately classifying diseases and guiding treatment using computer vision and machine learning techniques. The Center for Computational and Systems Pathology will be a hub for the development of new diagnostic, predictive, and prognostic tests, Mount Sinai executives say. It will partner with Mount Sinai-based “Precise Medical Diagnostics,” known as Precise MD, which has been under development for more than three years by a team of physicians, scientists, mathematicians, engineers and programmers. Carlos Cordon-Cardo, MD, PhD, will oversee…


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