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Digital and computational pathology

Inside the Lab Digital and computational pathology

Going Digital: Can Everything In Pathology Be Consolidated?

| Jane Rendall

Digital pathology is a means to an end – that’s why laboratory medicine professionals need to guide conversations about digitization and consolidation

Outside the Lab COVID-19

Surviving the Storm

| Michael Schubert

The seventh installment of our COVID-19 outbreak diaries from pathologists and laboratory medicine professionals around the world

Subspecialties Digital and computational pathology

From Stain to Shining Stain

| Cynthia Cohen

Cynthia Cohen describes over 40 years of progress in immunohistochemistry and how it has shaped the workflow of the medical laboratory

Diagnostics Digital and computational pathology

Capturing Cancer Through CTCs

| Michael Schubert

A new algorithm may help identify rare circulating tumor cells to improve liquid biopsy

Diagnostics Biochemistry and molecular biology

Deep Learning for Molecular Tumor Biomarker Prediction

| Heather D. Couture

New AI technology uses H&E images to create an alternative path for molecular diagnostics

Inside the Lab Digital and computational pathology

Pathologists and AI – Working Together

| Andrew Schaumberg

To make best use of AI, it must be responsive and adapt to pathologists’ needs

Inside the Lab Digital and computational pathology

Moving Beyond the Hype

| Michael Bonham

We’ve all heard about the promise of artificial intelligence in pathology – but is it ready for the laboratory?

Outside the Lab Training and education

Learning Digitally in a Pandemic

| Ritcha Saxena, Ralph Crum

How one medical school put their students’ pathology education online

Outside the Lab Digital and computational pathology

A Turning Point for Digital Pathology

| Keith Kaplan, David Wilbur

The COVID-19 pandemic may herald a new era in the adoption of digital pathology

Subspecialties Digital and computational pathology

History's Mysteries Unlocked

| Thomas Tavolara, Muhammad Khalid Khan Niazi, Thomas Westerling-Bui, Metin Gurcan, Gillian Beamer

Even after thousands of years, tuberculosis remains a killer – but AI-assisted research into diverse populations may help


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