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Omics

Subspecialties Oncology

The “Impossibly Easy” NGS

| Sponsored by Thermo Scientific

Rapid, efficient, and easy oncology biomarker sequencing through NGS

Diagnostics Precision medicine

In-House Matters

| Nikoletta Sidiropoulos

Keeping next-generation sequencing in house has many benefits for both laboratories and patients

Diagnostics Clinical care

Rare Disease Rundown

| George Francis Lee

Rare diseases are inherently less understood than most other areas of pathology – but the uphill battle is slowly being won

Inside the Lab Omics

Drifting From the Norm

| Sponsored by Revvity

PerkinElmer are demonstrating the advantages of bead-based normalization for next-generation sequencing

Diagnostics Genetics and epigenetics

The Ultimate Vision for Rare Disease

| Mike Klein

How combining genomics with AI can help expedite the diagnosis of rare diseases in children

Diagnostics Omics

Improving Risk Stratification

| Liv Gaskill

Two genes have been identified that may be linked to prostate cancer outcomes

Inside the Lab Omics

“Pop” Goes the Sensor

| Liv Gaskill

Could a new device help identify signs of heart conditions – and cardiac emergencies?

Diagnostics Analytical science

MALDI Imaging’s Clinical Research Advantages

| Mike Easterling

How MALDI imaging can take pathology labs to the next level

Subspecialties Cytology

KH Ramesh – The Cytogenomic Pioneer

| Michael Schubert

KH Ramesh talks about cytogenetics, cytogenomics, the value of pathology in healthcare, and his advice for new and aspiring laboratorians

Inside the Lab Quality assurance and quality control

Large-Scale Sample Quality Control of Genomic DNA

| Sponsored by Agilent

How a Biobank Ensured Quality for a Large-Scale Study

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