In the May/June issue of The Pathologist, we hear from four leading omics experts on how their disciplines are using a “bigger picture” approach to create a brighter future for medicine. Also in this issue…

Martin Potash explores whether artificial intelligence is a career killer – or a collaborator

Angelica Olcott and Vanitha Margan discuss the valuable lessons to be learned in our response to the COVID-19 pandemic

A reminder from Richard Hamelin that, to offer precise cancer treatments, we need equally precise detection methods

Timothy Caulfield explains why some people are susceptible to health misinformation and fake news – and how laboratory professionals can combat it

And much more: how machine learning can help design sensitive viral diagnostics, why AI is so valuable to the future of the lab, using hair to predict HIV progression, and an interview with Jo Horne, STP Training Programme Director and Midlands Healthcare Science Dean, National School of Healthcare Science, and Lead Practice Educator for the Southern Counties Pathology Network, NHS England, UK

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