Digital Pathology Today™ is your podcast all about the world of digital pathology.  Each week, we talk with industry leaders, key academics, top pathologists and more to discover the past, present and future of digital pathology.  Join us every week for another look at Digital Pathology Today™.

Hosted by pathologist Dr. Joseph Anderson.

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Season 3, Episode 12

"Where Works Gets Done and Data Lives"  

This episode of Digital Pathology Today™ our guest is Krishan Bala, Ph.D , Sr. VP of Engineering at Proscia 

In this episode we discuss the enterprise pathology platform and how it is so much more than image management.  “It’s where work gets done and data lives,” according to Krishna Bala of Proscia.  We discuss the components or steps involved in digital pathology workflow. How do we make it all seamless?  What is the appropriate level of pathologist involvement in the design and implementation of such systems?   How can software engineers acquire domain expertise?  What does integration mean and how can we incorporate exciting new AI tools into our daily practice?    We discuss the benefits of an open platform and why our guest thinks this model will ultimately win out. 

Krishna Bala is currently Sr. VP of Engineering at Proscia, a leading provider of digital and computational pathology solutions. In this role, he leads the development of Proscia's enterprise pathology platform, which is used by leading life sciences organizations and top diagnostic laboratories. Krishna is an experienced healthcare technologist with more than 20 years of experience in software development, data engineering, and AI/Machine-Learning. He is also an entrepreneur with several successful exits including an IPO as CTO/Founder. Krishna has a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Columbia University in New York.

All opinions and views expressed on Digital Pathology Today™ are those of the individual expressing them.  No guests have paid nor been paid for their appearance on Digital Pathology Today™.   Digital Pathology Today™ does not endorse any specific products or technologies mentioned on the show.