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February 2022 Issue of The Pathologist

In January/February’s issue of The Pathologist, Michele Mitchell tells her incredible story of cancer, patient advocacy, and partnering with pathology. We hear about the value of interactions between patients and pathologists in the care pathway – and how, when patients step out from behind the slide, pathologists must be there to meet them. Plus much more: addressing the issue of diagnostic error with event tracking and tracing; how wide adoption of antigen testing could increase the risk of exposure to infectious SARS-CoV-2 samples; and an interview with pathologist and painter Jan Silverman, Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA.

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Articles featured in this issue

Diagnostics COVID-19

Diamonds Are a Diagnostician’s Best Friend

| Liv Gaskill

A sensor based on quantum effects could provide more rapid, cost-effective, and accurate detection of SARS-CoV-2

Inside the Lab Digital and computational pathology

Can Automation Save the NHS?

| Liv Gaskill

Diagnostic demand is on the rise – and it’s not slowing down. Could automation support the laboratory workforce and combat growing pressures?

Inside the Lab Omics

“Pop” Goes the Sensor

| Liv Gaskill

Could a new device help identify signs of heart conditions – and cardiac emergencies?

Diagnostics Genetics and epigenetics

Sequencing Access for All

| Liv Gaskill

An affordable genome sequencing pipeline could help low- and middle-income countries control future epidemics

Diagnostics Omics

Improving Risk Stratification

| Liv Gaskill

Two genes have been identified that may be linked to prostate cancer outcomes

Inside the Lab Quality assurance and quality control

The Big Freeze

| Liv Gaskill

A new cryobioprinting strategy could maximize the shelf life of bioprinted 3D tissues

Subspecialties Oncology

Your Newest Colleague?

| Jakob Nikolas Kather

Jakob Kather highlights the value of AI-based end-to-end biomarkers in oncology

Outside the Lab Profession

Supporting the Laboratory Starts Here

| E. Blair Holladay

Alleviating the workforce shortage in pathology and laboratory medicine

Diagnostics Genetics and epigenetics

Enriching Our Understanding of Multiple Myeloma

| Sponsored by Abbvie

Plasma cell enrichment and FISH can improve prognosis, treatment, and outcomes for patients

Outside the Lab Clinical care

Not Just a Sample

| Michele Mitchell

Patients are stepping out from behind the slides – and pathologists must be there to meet them

Outside the Lab Oncology

A Helping Hand from AI in Prostate Cancer Diagnostics

| Sponsored by AIRA Matrix

Using AI to enhance personalized healthcare for patients with prostate cancer

Inside the Lab Biochemistry and molecular biology

A Spatial Biology Startup Guide – Part 1

| Michael Surace, Houssein A. Sater, Carlos Andrea, Jeffrey Chun Tatt Lim, Carmen Ballesteros-Merino, Jaime Rodriguez Canales, Joe Yeong

The top 20 questions for ensuring preanalytical quality control

Subspecialties COVID-19

Sacrificing Safety for Speed?

| Tian Yu

Wide adaptation of antigen testing could increase the risk of exposure to infectious SARS-CoV-2 samples

Inside the Lab Digital and computational pathology

Digitization – By the Lab, For the Lab

| Sponsored by Fujifilm

The lab’s future is digital, but only if software is thoughtfully designed for the needs of clinical users

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