Computational Pathology

Biology has evolved greatly in the past decade as high-throughput technologies were developed and applied to various biological disciplines. These technologies have generated an unprecedented amount and new types of biological data and how to make sense of “big data” is an emerging technological and conceptual challenge. Computational biology largely relies on computational and statistical algorithms to better understand biological processes. The editors of LI commissioned experts in the fields of computational biology and pathology to compile a special issue on computational pathology. We include original research, technical reports and review articles that use, modify, improve, develop, or summarize computational algorithms to solve biomedical questions.