News and Publications
10 March 2023
New artificial intelligence software that can help to spot prostate cancer is being trialled by researchers at Oxford University Hospitals (OUH) NHS Foundation Trust.
The Use of Digital Pathology and Artificial Intelligence in Histopathological Diagnostic Assessment of Prostate Cancer: A Survey of Prostate Cancer UK Supporters.
Rakovic K. et al, (2022), Diagnostics (Basel), 12
Congratulations to Rosalin Cooper on a successful poster presentation - entitled 'Articulate Pro: Experiences of implementing AI for prostate biopsy reporting' - at the 2023 College of American Pathologists (CAP) Annual Meeting in Chicago.
We held an Articulate Pro Study Away Day at Worcester College, on 25th April 2023 to set the strategy for achieving the next milestones and deliverables in the project. Some of the team members are below:
Chuer Zhang, a histopathology trainee on the study, presented a poster at the Pathology Society Winter Meeting entitled: "Baseline Audit of Prostate Biopsy Reporting Patterns in 3 Histopathology Laboratories - Preparation for Deployment of Artificial Intelligence in the Articulate Pro Study"
For World Cancer Day 2023, Monica Dolton, Margaret Horton and Clare Verrill discuss the ARTICULATE PRO study of pathologists using artificial intelligence in the diagnosis of prostate cancer, registered at the ISRCTN registry.
Monica Dolton and Margaret Horton shed light on how patients feel about digital pathology and AI, how their trust in AI could be improved, and how effective AI governance can be established that protects patient interests at Pathology Visions 2022, the Digital Pathology Association’s annual conference.
On 12 September 2022, Professor Clare Verrill presented the poster ‘What’s our AI Superpower? Our engagement with patients and the public and the added benefits for our study’ at the National Data Science and AI Showcase, hosted by Warwick Data in collaboration with The Alan Turing Institute.
On Thursday 9 June 2022, the Articulate Pro project management board (PMB) met in person for the first time.
The meeting took place in Cheltenham and delegates attended either in person or online.
This photo shows the delegates who attended in person (from L to R): Abhisek Ghosh, Nasullah Khalid Alham, Andy Protheroe, Kieron White, Nick Gibb, Stefano Malacrino, Monica Dolton, Jon Oxley, Margaret Horton, Clare Verrill, Richard Scheffer, Jacqueline Birks.
Thank you to everyone who participated in this very informative and productive day.