Welcome to our annual celebration of the great and inspirational minds that underpin the medical laboratory. For 2021, we present some of the most inspirational pathologists and laboratory medicine professionals in six different categories...
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In this month’s issue we ask a simple, but fascinating question: did dinosaurs get cancer? With the help of Mary Schweitzer, a molecular paleontologist, we investigate the soft tissues preserved in bones from millions of years ago to solve the medical mysteries of the Cretaceous. Then, read about a sensitive approach to monitoring AML relapse after bone marrow transplant, a project aiming to revolutionize cancer diagnostics through computational power, and how social media can ease the transition to digital pathology. We sit down with Bethany Williams, Leadership and Management Fellow in Digital Pathology at Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, Leeds, UK.