You nominated and our expert judging panels deliberated – and now, we proudly showcase this diversity of talent in The Pathologist’s 2020 Power List.
Talat Zehra highlights the need for universal access to digital and telepathology
The Association of Molecular Pathology has released recommendations on alleles to be included in CYP2D6 genotype testing
Is CLIA falling behind the ever-changing landscape of laboratory medicine? Robin Stombler suggests needed updates
E. Blair Holladay
It’s our job to encourage our young leaders – so that the lab continues to play a key role in advancing health and patient care
by Dell Technologies
Pathology is being radically transformed by digitization
E. Blair Holladay
The laboratory lies at the heart of not just patient care, but also the research that gives our patients options for care
Digital pathology is neither a replacement for, nor a supplement to, pathologists – it is a tool to help them improve their own working experience
Paul G. McMenamin,
Sarah E. Coupland,
Justin W. Adams
Use of human anatomical pathology specimens is on the decline – but 3D printing may facilitate their safe and ethical comeback
Personalized treatments have the greatest potential to benefit cancer patients.
From post-mortem gene expression to color-changing sutures, we round up the latest in pathology and laboratory medicine research
Heather D. Couture
By applying deep learning to digital pathology images, we can improve our risk-stratification of patients
Discover the beauty of the gross examination – and learn about the guidelines that govern it
07/27/2021, 10:00am EDT
Want to learn how to achieve IHC assays in 30 minutes and multiplex assays in 2.5 hours?
by Thermo Fisher Scientific
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