In the March/April issue of The Pathologist, we celebrate the art of the laboratory with our annual gallery special feature! Explore the weird and wonderful beauty of pathology and laboratory medicine inside its pages – and perhaps find some inspiration for your next artistic project. Also in this issue…

David Wells discusses harnessing the diagnostic data revolution to rethink diagnosis and information management in the 21st century

Tian Yu highlights how antigen testing put the US behind its peers in SARS-CoV-2 sequencing and variant tracking

Aaron M. Robitaille reveals mass spectrometry’s ability to help us dig deeper into diseases

Zdenko Kovač shares the Dubrovnik Summer School of Pathophysiology and its work to inspire the next generation of pathologists

And much more: the shifting demographics of HIV/AIDS diagnoses, how professionals can avoid burnout, the announcement of the Pathologist’s 2022 Power List, and an interview with Alexi Baidoshvili, Clinical Pathologist and Director of Computational Pathology at Laboratorium Pathologie Oost Nederland (LabPON), Hengelo, Netherlands

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