We honor 100 of the leading innovators in pathology and laboratory medicine by celebrating their success at the cutting edge of the field.
Higher tumor mutational burden is linked to improved survival across multiple cancer types.
Samuel Reichberg, MD, PhD, FCAP
QC operations are costly for laboratories – but more efficient materials with better long-term stability can reduce those investments and save lives
An image exchange portal for all gives patients and clinicians access to their digital records and can help coordinate and improve their medical care
E. Blair Holladay
No investment is more important for laboratory quality and patient care than investment in laboratory personnel.
Our gallery showcase is about more than just publishing pretty pictures – it highlights art’s vital importance in a visual discipline.
Diseases seemingly from the Victorian era are on the rise in modern-day medicine, and diagnostic professionals must keep them under consideration.
We sit down with digital pathology advocate David Wilbur to discuss how the advancement of digital interfaces could lead to widespread adoption.
Prostate cancer prognosis presents a challenge – but a new algorithmic tool may help personalize predictions
A microfluidic device reveals new insights into the function of circulating tumor cells, providing vital information on how cancers metastasize.
Pathology’s great strides forward in artificial intelligence and machine learning will bring us to the forefront of personalized medicine
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