Last week, we asked DOs in pathology to share their experiences. Your replies were enlightening and we’ll be sharing them shortly – but, before we do so, I wanted to issue one final call for comments to make sure everyone has a chance to contribute. Are you a DO in pathology (or otherwise involved in getting DOs into pathology)? If so, we’d love to hear from you – and so would interested DO students considering a career in the field!

Yours, Michael Schubert, Editor

Weekly Spotlight

Hear how IMC has been used to gain important insights

Learn through panel discussions, research presentations and Q&A sessions from the recent IMC Summit how high-multiplex Imaging Mass Cytometry™ has been used to assess phenotypes and explore tissue heterogeneity and tumor-immune interactions in the context of the intricate spatial environment.
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Coming Together to Lead
12/01/2021 | E. Blair Holladay
The laboratory’s central role in community health care
Finding Viruses Hidden in Plain Sight
12/02/2021 | Olivia Gaskill
Assessing population exposure to viruses is difficult – but a new technique is providing higher accuracy at uncovering influenza exposure
A Spatial Biology Startup Guide – Part 1
12/04/2021 | Michael Surace, Houssein A. Sater, Carlos Andrea, Jeffrey Chun Tatt Lim, Carmen Ballesteros-Merino, Jaime Rodriguez Canales, Joe Yeong
The top 20 questions for ensuring preanalytical quality control
Accessible Assays for COVID-19
12/06/2021 | Michael Schubert
Recombinase-based isothermal techniques allow more reliable COVID-19 testing in resource-limited settings
Next Stop: Immunology

In this week’s episode of The Pathology Grand Tour, infectious disease specialist Céline Gounder and
clinical immunopathologist Michael Shurin discuss life in the laboratory and how their profession has
changed in recent months…

Quote of the Month

Methods such as MALDI-TOF are opening new doors in the microbiology lab. Hear about what
Montefiore Einstein’s Wendy Szymczak has to say about the field!

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Effect of INIFY Prostate on the Performance of Three Independent Pathologists
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Spatial mapping and quantification of total gene expression in the tissue context
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Large-Scale Sample Quality Control of Genomic DNA

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A Spatial (Biology) Future

The power of genetic analysis is undisputed – but relying on sequence information alone means losing critical information embedded in the tumor microenvironment. Spatial biology approaches can help. Read more

Feeling the Caseload Squeeze?

Digital pathology can help laboratories manage higher caseloads in less time. AI-based software can consolidate these benefits and offer pathologists a wide range of essential features for the lab. Read more

Oncology Reference Standards from Horizon

Improve assay development, validation and monitoring with cell-line derived reference standards. Patient-like performance and batch-to-batch consistency eliminates variability within quality control.
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Plan Your Spatial Profiling Experiments

Interested in spatial transcriptomics? 10x Genomics’ step-by-step guide helps you set up experiments that combine the benefits of traditional histology with the power of transcriptomic analysis.
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Discover Great Events

We work with event organizers from all around the world to help bring the pathology community together, from large congresses to intimate meetings that fit around a table. Discover some of the events that we partner with and stay up-to-date with the latest developments. 

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