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Diagnostics Histology, Training and education, Biochemistry and molecular biology, Genetics and epigenetics, Omics

The Next Gen of Histopathology Training

At a Glance

  • Personalized medicine and human genome sequencing have generated a sharp increase in the need for specialist molecular pathology services
  • Current training must change in order to retain the central role of the histopathologist in the healthcare system
  • Molecular diagnostic training is currently being effectively introduced into existing curricula, and while this has proven effective so far, it has to change to meet rising demands
  • Future pathology services must include everal subspecialists working alongside molecular pathology teams who can suitably interface between research and diagnostics

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About the Authors

Jacqueline James

Jacqueline James is clinical sernior lecturer at Queen’s University Belfast (QUB), Ireland, and a consultant pathologist at The Belfast health and Social Care Trust.


Manuel Salto Tellez

Manuel Salto-Tellez is the professor and chair of molecular pathology at Queens University Belfast (QUB), Ireland, the deputy director of the Centre for Cancer Research and Cell Biology, and a consultant pathologist at the Belfast Health and Social Care Board.

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