Mapping the Pathology of Human Diseases


PathologyMap™ is the first online platform that enables the unprecedented viewing, searching, tagging, collaboration, analysis, and storage of pathology data. It combines the viewing power of GoogleMaps with the collaboration and crowd-sourcing tool of Github.



  • Eliminate glass slide breakage, misplacement and handling
  • View crisp high-resolution images in 40X magnification
  • Search, tag, compare, annotate, and analyze tissues
  • No downloads or plugins required. Access from any PC, Mac, mobile device, or operating system


  • Archive terabytes of data at the lowest cost for as long as needed
  • All data is safely stored and encrypted, with backups and disaster recovery functionality
  • Compatible with images generated from slide scanners such as Leica, 3DHistech, Bioimagene, Hamamatsu and more.


  • Crowdsource your hosted data by making it available to the community
  • Share your own comments, tags, and annotations with specific researchers, teams, or all users
  • Find answers to your most difficult questions by pushing them directly to the experts
  • Enhance your papers by publishing digital slides rather than traditional “postage stamp” pictures to give readers an unbiased view of your histology data


  • Run computational models on endless configurations of data
  • Examine and analyze specimens by specific species, genotype, organ, stain, biomarker, lesion, and experimental condition
  • Take advantage of image analysis tools to yield new insights from your specimens

PathologyMap™ also grants researchers access to the world’s largest, most comprehensive preclinical pathology database. Our growing collection of annotated pathology data is crowd-sourced from contributing labs. This highly curated and browsable dataset will help you pinpoint exactly what you’re looking for. This is the first database to enable tissue-driven data mining for researchers. Our mission is to provide valuable data to the research community that will accelerate drug development andyield cures at a faster rate.


  • Compare data to discover similarities and insights
  • Re-analyze data for a different biological process
  • Explore, design studies, and select antibodies
  • Confirm and narrow down your hypotheses
  • Find rare cases and diagnoses
  • Purchase unstained slides to stain with a different biomarker

PathologyMap™ database

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