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HTT Data Collection

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Have you completed training?

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Please register so we know your qualifications

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We will not reveal your identity or contact information, but we need to know who you are and your qualifications. The pilot study is open to any board certified pathologists or resident from anywhere in the world. If we don’t know your qualifications, we may not be able to use your data.

Starting Data Collection

There are 8 batches of slides. Each batch has 8 slides. Each slide has 10 regions of interest to evaluate. Each batch takes approximately 30 minutes to complete.

There are two platforms for collecting annotations: caMicroscope or PathPresenter. You may use either platform.

You are not required to complete all batches, but that would be great. There is no time limit. You may start and stop your work at any time. Using the log-in feature, you may resume paused work on either platform.

  • Please do the batches in a random order. Click here to get your batch reading order.
  • Individual batches may be closed when enough annotations have been collected.
  • We would appreciate it if some pathologists repeat annotations on the same batches on both platforms (with a washout of two weeks in between). This data paired across the platforms is valuable for understanding reproducibility and the impact of the viewing/annotating platform.
  • If you have any issues or questions, please contact katherine.elfer@nih.gov or brandon.gallas@fda.hhs.gov.

CLICK HERE to use the PathPresenter platform

CLICK HERE to use the caMicroscope platform

  • must have a Google account to sign in (for authentication). If you do not have one, please create one.

When data collection is complete:

Please complete this Exit Survey when you finish data collection, and help us improve the HTT project.

Host your own Data Collection event using the Microscope:

Dr. Brandon Gallas and the HTT team are working with clinical partners to send the eeDAP system on a data collection tour. The system will remain with the clinical partner sites for a collection period while the study is underway. Clinical partners work jointly with the HTT team to train clinical personnel and study coordinators. Contact Brandon if you are interested in hosting the study at your clinical site: Brandon.Gallas@fda.hhs.gov

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