We honor 100 of the leading innovators in pathology and laboratory medicine by celebrating their success at the cutting edge of the field.
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
Holger Lange and Cris Luengo
How combining their efforts with those of the pharmaceutical industry can help pathologists make a business case for AI
Sitting Down With Oliver Fiehn, Director of NIH West Coast Metabolomics Center
How to get proteomics back on track
Researchers from Penn State examine the 16p11.2 deletion for its role in neurodevelopmental disorders and related phenotypes
Looking at miRNA expression levels may improve our ability to subtype bladder cancers and provide the most appropriate and effective treatment
Broad NGS panels work well for cancer screening, but for monitoring, we need tools that are less expensive and more targeted
A roundup of interesting stories surrounding pathology
iPSC-based and genome editing approaches to the study of cardiac channelopathies may be the next step toward personalizing diagnosis and treatment
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