100 of the best, brightest, and most powerful advocates of pathology.
Celebrating 100 inspirational and influential professionals in laboratory medicine.
Niamh Buckley, Laura Feeney, James Beirne, and Paul Mullan
Markers such as DNA methylation, analyzed by liquid biopsy, may improve on ovarian cancer testing options like gold standard CA125
New biomarker sensing technology can detect miniscule concentrations of molecules in the blood to assist with patient monitoring
Epigenetics may combine with liquid biopsy to offer an effective way of detecting early-stage cancers and recurrences
This dangerous condition can cause sudden death during surgery – but until now, testing has been unreliable and often painful and invasive
Despite extensive discussion of the benefits of artificial intelligence in pathology, few are talking about one major advantage – image search and retrieval
Jason Karamchandani explains how anatomic pathologists can identify and distinguish between the most common intracranial neoplasms of adulthood
Where did paleopathology come from? Where is it going next? And, most importantly, how can clinical and paleopathologists work together to benefit both fields?
Niels Lynnerup explains the discipline of paleopathology and what benefits it has to offer pathology in the clinic or in the research laboratory
How to get proteomics back on track
Looking at miRNA expression levels may improve our ability to subtype bladder cancers and provide the most appropriate and effective treatment
Shane Ellis is pushing imaging technology to its limits – and beyond
How the Maastricht MultiModal Molecular Imaging Institute continues to break new ground in mass spectrometry imaging
What’s caused this woman’s ventricular mass?
Imaging with a larger scope and sharper detail
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