You nominated and our expert judging panels deliberated – and now, we proudly showcase this diversity of talent in The Pathologist’s 2020 Power List.
Brand-new research breakthroughs from the world of pathology and laboratory medicine
Michael A. Arnold,
Teresa S. Burgin
In the midst of a pandemic, a virtual pathology lecture series stepped up to fill the training gap
Researchers have developed a new data-driven method for capturing RNA folding on camera – check out the video!
By working with each other – and with carefully designed algorithms – we can improve patient outcomes
Leading industry innovators showcase their newest and most advanced solutions for pathology and laboratory medicine
by Dell Technologies
Transitioning to digital pathology is a journey. Take this two-minute survey to share your point in the journey
New ultramicroscopy technique enables whole-tumor analysis after surgery
E. Blair Holladay
How digital pathology allows labs to meet the needs of patients not just locally, but around the world
Liron Pantanowitz and Swati Satturwar discuss the benefits of augmented reality technology for pathology workflow
Monika Lamba Saini
How has COVID-19 accelerated the rise of digital pathology? Plus: a bonus audio Pandemic Diary entry from Monika Lamba Saini
03/25/2021, 15:00 GMT
Dr Filippo Fraggetta shares his experience and clinical results of using INIFY Prostate Screening in the fully digitalized workflow at Cannizzaro hospital, Catania, Italy.
by Olympus Europa
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