Daniel Szecket on developing software for unraveling cancer through digital imaging microscopy

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Quantitative Imaging Systems VP of Design Daniel Szecket talks with Steve Waskul about developing software for scanning tissue samples in 3D that can help revolutionize cancer research and pave the way for new treatments.

Daniel describes himself as a tinkerman. He likes to “mess with things”. Prior to the interview this experimental side led Daniel to wrapping his neck with green tape to see if that could be keyed out to give his head a “floating” appearance during the interview. You can see in the interview that for a quick attempt, he did a pretty effective job!

About Daniel Szecket

Daniel Szecket currently serves as VP of Design at Quantitative Imaging Systems. At the company Daniel is designing a new Qi Tools from the ground up. In this effort Mr. Szecket is applying common UX and UI practices as well as User Centered Design techniques to create beautiful and usable tools for Image Research. Currently the software is focused on microscopy imaging for Cancer Research.

About Quantitative Imaging Systems

Quantitative Imaging Systems (Qi) is a biotechnology business founded in 2011 by Michel Nederlof, a physicist with over 30 years of experience in developing imaging systems, and a passion for unraveling cancer through digital imaging microscopy.

With decades of experience in microscope imaging technology, Qi software is designed with pitch-perfect domain knowledge of microscopy applications that provide solutions for biomedical research, drug development, and ultimately design of patient treatment plans. By combining next generation image analytics and visualization technologies, with recent advances in reagents and optics, Qi is breaking barriers in resolution, color, and dimensionality.

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