HALO AP® and HALO Link: Selecting the Right Image Management Platform for Your Lab or Clinic

Date: 11 April 2023
Time: 8:00 – 9:00 PST | 11:00 – 12:00 EST | 16:00 – 17:00 GMT
Location: Webinar

Learn how to select an image management platform from Indica Labs and learn about available deployment and integration options  


Join us for this 1-hour webinar to learn key questions to ask when selecting a digital pathology image management platform. We’ll introduce the study-centric HALO Link platform and the case-centric HALO AP® image management platform from Indica Labs and will discuss differentiating features as well as features the platforms have in common. Examples of common use cases will be provided for both platforms. We will also demonstrate how the HALO AP and HALO Link platforms can be used together to enhance your clinicalresearch pipeline. Finally, we will discuss opportunities to migrate from your current image management platform to either HALO Link or HALO AP and how our technical teams facilitate the selection of deployment and integration options. 

Learning Objectives

  • Learn unique features of the HALO Link and HALO AP platforms 
  • Learn what questions to ask when selecting your image management platform
  • Learn how to leverage HALO AP to feed your research pipeline 
  • Learn about opportunities to migrate from your current image management system to HALO Link or HALO AP 


Kat Latimer
HALO Link Associate Product Manager 
Indica Labs

Kat Latimer earned a BS in Biochemistry from the University of New Mexico in 2018 and has since continued her education at Colorado State University studying for a master’s in Biomedical Engineering. During her undergraduate studies, Kat participated in several research opportunities including investigating the role of cellular adhesion proteins in HPV oncogene expression. After graduation, she became a Test and Evaluation Engineer at Booz Allen Hamilton. Wishing to refocus her career on biomedical sciences, she joined Indica Labs in 2020 as a Software Quality Assurance Analyst. She was shortly promoted to the Software QA Supervisor role and transitioned to the HALO Link Product Specialist position in 2021 where she works closely with the software developers creating new features to improve the user experience.

Katie McKinley
Director of Clinical Applications
Indica Labs

Katie is responsible for the commercial growth of HALO AP®, Indica Labs’ first analysis software designed specifically for clinical workflows. Working closely with clinical laboratories, she applies her experience of the clinical market, and pathology workflow optimization to support institutions as they transition away from glass. Katie has held a variety of customer facing roles over the years, entering the digital pathology industry in 2009.

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