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Diagnostics COVID-19

Not If, But When: Preparing for the Next Pandemic

| E. Blair Holladay

How is the laboratory preparing for future pandemics?

Diagnostics Genetics and epigenetics

Small Pathology, Big News

| George Francis Lee

Exploring the significant stories of the tiny world that is molecular pathology

Diagnostics COVID-19

What’s New in Infectious Disease?

| Georgia Hulme

From environmental bacteriophages to cap snatching viruses, we bringing you the latest news in infectious disease

Diagnostics COVID-19

Midnight for Masks

| George Francis Lee

Are face coverings effective against infection or is their time running out?

Diagnostics COVID-19

Pathology, Pandemics, and Preparation

| E. Blair Holladay | 2 min read

After COVID-19, will we ever switch off “pandemic mode”?

Diagnostics Analytical science

MSI Marvel

| Georgia Hulme, Margot Lespade | 12 min read

Eva Cuypers discusses mass spectrometry imaging in clinical applications, and research on intraoperative diagnostics for the identification of cancer

Diagnostics Omics

One Drop Is All It Takes

| Jessica Allerton

Could a new multi omics microsampling platform “Amazonize” healthcare?

Diagnostics COVID-19

What’s New in Infectious Disease?

| Georgia Hulme | 2 min read

Bringing you the latest research and news – from COVID-19 autopsies to a robotic revolution

Diagnostics Analytical science

Research Roundup

| Georgia Hulme

The latest research in pathology and laboratory medicine

Diagnostics Analytical science

DKD Detection

| Georgia Hulme | 4 min read

How spectroscopic methods – combined with machine learning – can successfully detect early stage diabetic kidney disease

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