Welcome to The Pathologist Power List, our annual celebration of the lab, the people in it, and their achievements. Each year we shine a spotlight on some of the most inspiring figures in the field – from influential icons to pathology newcomers. Click below to browse through each year’s Power List, and be sure to come back to stay updated with the latest news and announcements as we continue to recognize the importance of the lab.
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In this month’s issue we delve into the controversy surrounding commercially available liquid biopsy tests. Despite the great potential of liquid biopsy, a recent study found high levels of incongruence between two tests that claim to guide treatment decisions for prostate cancer patients by analyzing ctDNA in the blood. We speak to four experts to investigate how issues with accuracy and consistency can be overcome and learn where the field is headed in the future. Also in this issue, read about the diagnostic potential of saliva, the best pieces of career advice shared by pathologists and laboratory professionals, and an interview with Dame Sue Hill, Chief Scientific Officer for England, and Senior Responsible Officer for Genomics in the National Health Service, London, UK.