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April 2022 Issue of The Pathologist

In our March/April issue, we celebrate the art of the laboratory with our annual gallery special feature! Explore the weird and wonderful beauty of pathology and laboratory medicine inside its pages – and perhaps find some inspiration for your next artistic project.
Inspiration is found elsewhere in the field, too: an insightful look into how we can improve diversity in the lab; reporting on the shifting demographics of HIV/AIDS diagnoses; an exploration of how professionals can avoid burnout; and the announcement of the Pathologist Power List 2022!

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Articles featured in this issue

Outside the Lab Profession

The Art of the Laboratory

A gallery of fascinating – and fun – images that capture the essence of the lab

Subspecialties Neurology

The Shapeshifting Cancer

| Liv Gaskill

Understanding the heterogeneity and plasticity of glioblastoma

Diagnostics Genetics and epigenetics

Secrets of the Cervical Cells

| Liv Gaskill

New indices predict poor prognosis in patients with breast or ovarian cancer

Diagnostics Genetics and epigenetics

Need for (Diagnostic) Speed

| Liv Gaskill

A new DNA sequencing technique can help diagnose patients at record-breaking speeds

Diagnostics Analytical science

A Light in the Darkness

| Matthew J. Baker, Paul Brennan

Spectroscopy-based liquid biopsy could offer an affordable, effective route to early brain tumor diagnosis

Diagnostics Genetics and epigenetics

A Better Start to Life

| Liv Gaskill

A new test simultaneously screens for three rare genetic disorders in newborns

Inside the Lab Histology

Biospecimen Access For Biotechs

| Robert Hewitt

Access to quality samples is vital for biotech companies – so why aren’t they getting it?

Inside the Lab Digital and computational pathology

Harnessing the Diagnostic Data Revolution

| David Wells

Rethinking our approaches to diagnosis and information management in the 21st century

Outside the Lab Profession

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Laboratory

| E. Blair Holladay

The lab needs to take up the banner of representation and diversity – not just for ourselves, but for our patients

Inside the Lab Biochemistry and molecular biology

A Spatial Biology Startup Guide – Part 2

| Michael S. Nelson, Shawn Jensen, Lau Mai Chan, Michael Surace, Trevor McKee, Joe Yeong, Colt Egelston

The top 20 questions for establishing multiplex image analysis

Diagnostics Analytical science

Hunting the Unknown

| Aaron M. Robitaille

When it comes to human health, we cannot ignore unknown molecules simply because they present analytical challenges

Subspecialties Point of care testing

HIV/AIDS: A Shifting Epidemic

| Liv Gaskill

HIV diagnoses in heterosexual people in the UK have overtaken those in gay and bisexual men – and testing has played a vital role

Diagnostics COVID-19

On the Sanctity of SARS-CoV-2 Sequencing

| Tian Yu

Could the adoption of antigen testing put the US farther behind in SARS-CoV-2 sequencing and variant tracking?

Inside the Lab Digital and computational pathology

Dispelling the Myths

| Nathan Buchbinder

Nathan Buchbinder walks us through the process of converting pathologists and lab medicine professionals to the promise of AI

Outside the Lab Profession

School’s In for Summer

| Zdenko Kovač

How the Dubrovnik Summer School of Pathophysiology is inspiring the next generation of pathologists

Inside the Lab Digital and computational pathology

Pioneering the Future

| Michael Schubert

Tales from a career at the forefront of laboratory digitization

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