A look at last year’s most interesting molecular pathology stories
With 2024 officially here, we thought it best to spotlight the knock-out content we published throughout last year. From the research peeling back the layers of molecular biology to the huge studies teaching us more about genetics, this list will surely appease any molecular hunger you have this new year.
A Simpler System
Jaume Ordi discusses how minimally invasive autopsies improve death investigations and health – even in settings with limited resources. “Such a process, coupled with programs to build the capacity of local pathologists, can increase our understanding of the diseases causing death in areas where this information is typically very limited.”
A Giant, Genomic Discovery
In this interview, Helen Firth tells all about the Deciphering Developmental Disorders study – a project committed to finding diagnoses for children with rare developmental disorders and advancing clinical genetic practice.
Turn up the AMP!
The Association for Molecular Pathology (AMP) is an international medical and professional society focused on the research and application of molecular biology, genetics, and genomics in the lab. We spoke with its president, Laura Tafe, to learn more about the organization and her role as an advocate of the field.
Neil Ward answers a crucial question: what do advances in sequencing technology mean for research in cancer genomics?
Interrogating the TME with AI
AI is the darling of the tech world right now, but how can it be applied to the molecular world, and how can it benefit patients? In this article, Mike Montalto explores how AI can be used to learn more about the tumor microenvironment.
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