Education & Training

Whole slide imaging enhances the learning experience of trainees. It also provides significant cost savings over traditional methods. Digital slides can be accessed by large numbers of students or trainees over a computer network, therefore avoiding the necessity and expense to physically meet.


Challenges

Various types of slides need to be converted to digital slides

Privacy concerns using the Internet to share slide data

Viewing whole slide images over the Internet is slow and more difficult compared to using a standard microscope


Our solutions

NanoZoomer Scanners can scan all varieties of slides in brightfield and fluorescence mode utilizing z-stack scanning for thick and rough samples

The standard slide distribution and sharing software NDP.serve supports HTTPS for secure communication between the server and clients

Features such as annotations, morphometric measurements and multi-window viewing are supported

The education and training workflow from Hamamatsu, avoids the need to handle and support multiple microscopes and glass slide boxes.


References

Pantanowitz L, Szymas J, Yagi Y, Wilbur D. Whole slide imaging for educational purposes. J Pathol Inform. 2012;3:46.

Khalbuss WE. Whole slide imaging in cytopathology education. Diagnostic Histopathology. 2012 Aug; 18(8): 327–334

Teodorovic I, Isabelle M, Carbone A, Passioukov A, Lejeune S, Jaminé D, Therasse P, Gloghini A, Dinjens WN, Lam KH, Oomen MH, Spatz A, Ratcliffe C, Knox K, Mager R, Kerr D, Pezzella F, van Damme B, van de Vijver M, van Boven H, Morente MM, Alonso S, Kerjaschki D, Pammer J, Lopez-Guerrero JA, Llombart Bosch A, van Veen EB, Oosterhuis JW, Riegman PH. TuBaFrost 6: virtual microscopy in virtual tumour banking. Eur J Cancer. 2006 Dec;42(18):3110-6.


Available Application Notes


Go to top