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Technology and innovation

Diagnostics Microscopy and imaging

Taking Aim at a Moving Target

| Michael Schubert

A new imaging technique provides detailed views of tumor cells, allowing researchers to visualize the transition from precancerous to cancerous

Diagnostics Microscopy and imaging

Fiber Fantastic

| Jonathan James

Michael Tanner discusses new fiber-optic technology and how it can be applied to disease diagnosis in the lung and other organs.

Diagnostics Liquid biopsy

IAs – IDed

| Jonathan James

The transcriptome of circulating neutrophils may contain a signature that allows the early detection of intracranial aneurysms via blood test

Inside the Lab Software and hardware

Image Exchange – With Anyone

| Annie Pinfold

An image exchange portal for all gives patients and clinicians access to their digital records and can help coordinate and improve their medical care

Outside the Lab Profession

Lessons Learned, with Richard Levenson

| Richard Levenson

A leader in microscopy, imaging, and diagnostics shares the lessons he has learned over a varied and exciting career.

Diagnostics Liquid biopsy

Fine-Tuning Immunotherapy

| George Karlin-Neumann

Techniques like droplet digital PCR technology can assist with early monitoring of cancer immunotherapy to ensure the right treatment for each patient

Outside the Lab Laboratory management

The Limits of Automation

| Navaneeth Nair

Augmented intelligence should assist us in our decision-making, but cannot fully replace the human factor

Diagnostics Hematology

A SMArter Way to Diagnose Diabetes

| Michael Schubert

A new technique that spots damaged blood vessels by detecting proteins in the bloodstream could lead to earlier diagnosis and treatment of diabetes

Outside the Lab Training and education

#MedEd Goes Social

| Michael Schubert

The winners of the 2019 Educational Pathology Tweet Award share their views on the future of education in pathology and laboratory medicine.

Diagnostics Biochemistry and molecular biology

Go with the Flow

| Mike Keeney, Jeannine Holden

Flow cytometric immunophenotyping can speed up and standardize the diagnosis of leukemia and non-Hodgkin lymphoma

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