Cell Image Classification: A Comparative Overview

Recorded On: 06/22/2019

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The Presenter

Gustavo Rohde
University of Virginia School of Medicine

Session Summary

Cell image classification methods are currently being used in numerous applications in cell biology and medicine. Applications include understanding the effects of genes and drugs in screening experiments, understanding the role and sub-cellular localization of different proteins, as well as diagnosis and prognosis of cancer from images acquired using cytological and histological techniques. We review three different approaches for cell image classification: numerical feature extraction, end-to-end classification with neural networks, and transport-based morphometry. In addition, we provide comparisons of four different cell imaging datasets to highlight the relative strength of each method.

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Cell Image Classification: A Comparative Overview
Recorded 06/22/2019
Recorded 06/22/2019 A CYTO 2019 State-of-the-Art Lecture Presented by Gustavo Rohde, University of Virginia School of Medicine
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0.50 CMLE credits  |  Certificate available
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