Last week, on November 1st, Digitised Diseases was one year old! We even had a cake to celebrate!
On October 30th (the day the above photo was taken) we held a project meeting in Bradford with representatives from MOLA (Natasha Powers and Don Walker) and RCS (Carina Phillips and Emmy Boceage) to discuss specimen selection. The London based laser scanner will be moving from MOLA to RCS before Christmas. The aim of the meeting was to discuss where we need to target specimen selection to fill gaps and to share best knowledge and best practice, based of our experiences over the last year.
The meeting was extremely positive, and showcased just how much we have achieved over the last year in terms of scanning and describing the lesions we are observing.