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Inside the Lab

Inside the Lab Microscopy and imaging

From the Ridiculous to the Sublime

| Michael Schubert

Our gallery showcase is about more than just publishing pretty pictures – it highlights art’s vital importance in a visual discipline.

Inside the Lab Microbiology and immunology

It Was the Best of Times, It Was the Worst of Times

| Michael Schubert

Diseases seemingly from the Victorian era are on the rise in modern-day medicine, and diagnostic professionals must keep them under consideration.

Inside the Lab Training and education

Revamping the Digital Interface

| Luke Turner

We sit down with digital pathology advocate David Wilbur to discuss how the advancement of digital interfaces could lead to widespread adoption.

Inside the Lab Precision medicine

PREDICTive Power

| Jonathan James

Prostate cancer prognosis presents a challenge – but a new algorithmic tool may help personalize predictions

Inside the Lab Liquid biopsy

CTCs in a Spin

| Luke Turner

A microfluidic device reveals new insights into the function of circulating tumor cells, providing vital information on how cancers metastasize.

Inside the Lab Digital and computational pathology

Long Live the (Digital) Revolution!

| Dariusz Borys

Pathology’s great strides forward in artificial intelligence and machine learning will bring us to the forefront of personalized medicine

Inside the Lab Laboratory management

The Evolution of a Lab Hero

| Jesse McCoy

Jesse McCoy explains what pathologists’ assistants do, where they come from, and how they serve as integral members of the laboratory medicine team

Inside the Lab Technology and innovation

HIER, Further, Faster

| Jason Ramos, Spontaneous Russell

Automated IHC staining has limited capacity for heat-induced epitope retrieval – but a move to hybrid power lifts that barrier.

Inside the Lab Technology and innovation

Photoacoustic Microscopy Makes All the Right Noises

| Luke Turner

A new laser technique uses vibrations to listen to the metabolic activity of cancer cells, shedding light (and sound) on intratumoral heterogeneity.

Inside the Lab Technology and innovation

Solving the Big Problems

| Luke Turner

We speak to bioengineer Stephen Quake to learn about the noninvasive prenatal tests that have saved thousands of pregnant women’s lives

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