Welcome to our annual celebration of the great and inspirational minds that underpin the medical laboratory. For 2021, we present some of the most inspirational pathologists and laboratory medicine professionals in six different categories...
by Dell Technologies
Pathology is being radically transformed by digitization
Big data is key to precision medicine, but presents a stumbling block for analysis – can machine learning help us overcome this hurdle?
We bring you the latest research in pathology and laboratory medicine – from machine learning to the genetic effects of the Chernobyl disaster
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
A new machine learning algorithm triages Barrett’s esophagus diagnosis to detect early signs of esophageal adenocarcinoma
Heather D. Couture
By applying deep learning to digital pathology images, we can improve our risk-stratification of patients
A new algorithm goes beyond Bayesian inference to help physicians make differential diagnoses
by Akoya Biosciences
With a new wave of advanced biomarker research on the horizon, spatial phenotyping can support researchers from bench to bedside
Are images still relevant in pathology and laboratory medicine? Yes – but they are no longer the only pillar upon which the field stands
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