We honor 100 of the leading innovators in pathology and laboratory medicine by celebrating their success at the cutting edge of the field.
Jane Armes discusses the value of molecular subtyping and targeted therapies in triple-negative breast cancer
In a quiet, yet purposeful way, the world of pathology changed with little fanfare on February 22, 2019
Accurate color representation is vital for digital imaging in histopathology – but how can viewers ensure that colors are correct and consistent?
The spatial arrangement of immune cells could predict whether aggressive chemotherapy is the best option for patients with early-stage lung cancer
Pranav Patwardhan believes that all pathologists should develop an algorithmic approach to everyday slides and samples to maintain a logical workflow
We sit down with Darren Treanor to discover what the digital revolution means for pathologists and how he created the revolutionary Powerwall
Felipe S. Templo, Jr.
As digital pathology comes ever closer, social media can help us hone our skills in preparation
As the digital pathology revolution gathers pace, five new UK centers aim to put artificial intelligence at the forefront
Digital pathology is in transition – but soon, computers may take on some of the more time-consuming aspects of our work and provide novel insights
Holger Lange and Cris Luengo
Artificial intelligence has a lot to contribute to pathology – but only with the contribution of pathologists who perform analyses no machine can
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