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May 2018 Issue of The Pathologist

Our May issue explores whether pathology has a recruitment problem. Nadeem Zafar and Jennifer Baccon discuss how to get scientists in training to see all the benefits the field can offer. We also cover prostate cancer proteomics, distinguishing real disease progression from psuedoprogression, how menstrual blood may contain endometriosis biomarkers, and why clinical chemistry should be more involved in medicine. Plus, we sit down with Jo Martin, President of the Royal College of Pathologists.

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Articles featured in this issue

Outside the Lab Profession

Toward a Higher Profile

| Suzy Lishman

Suzy Lishman discusses how best to boost the pathology workforce

Outside the Lab Histology

Case of the Month

Can you diagnose this resected renal tumor?

Diagnostics Genetics and epigenetics

Quick Copy

| William Aryitey

Speeding up copy number alteration detection through whole genome amplification

Outside the Lab Analytical science

Screen Test for Spec

Spectroscopy could lead to less invasive prescreening for melanoma and lymphoma

Diagnostics Oncology

Prostate Cancer Proteomics

| William Aryitey

Could proteins hold the key to growing our prostate cancer knowledge?

Subspecialties Genetics and epigenetics

Hostile Predictions

| William Aryitey

Discovering prognostic biomarkers for glioma

Subspecialties Microbiology and immunology

Progress on Pseudoprogression

| Viresh Patel

How can we differentiate between pseudoprogession and real disease progression

Diagnostics Biochemistry and molecular biology

A Scientist Walks into a Bar

| Stephanie Vine

…and gives a Pint of Science presentation.

Outside the Lab Profession

It’s Time to Cast Your Vote – The Pathologist Power List

Nominate your choice for the top people in lab medicine!

Outside the Lab Profession

Preparing for the Worst of Us

| Malak Abedalthagafi

How can doctors combat prejudice from patients?

Outside the Lab Laboratory management

Surveying the Workforce Landscape

| James L. Wisecarver

Recruitment efforts need a boost to keep up with laboratory positions

Outside the Lab Profession

So You Want to Be a Pathologist…

| Nadeem Zafar and Jennifer Baccon

Making sure the best and brightest residents have the best pathology journey possible

Inside the Lab Laboratory management

Caring, Concern, and Consistency

| Tim Woods

Quality matters, especially when it comes to pathology and laboratory medicine

Inside the Lab Technology and innovation

Deciding Factors

| Ramon Felciano

Can clinical decision support (CDS) open up a doorway to widespread precision medicine?

Subspecialties Screening and monitoring

Stromal Secrets

| Peter K. Gregersen

Menstrual blood may provide noninvasive sample for testing endometriosis

Diagnostics Bioinformatics

Clinical Chemistry: The Road to N=1

| Peter Kissinger

The more variables and statistics we use clinically, the better

Outside the Lab Training and education

The Feedback Loop

| Xiaoyin “Sara” Jiang, Sarah Bean, and Rachel Jug

How important is it give and receive feedback in pathology?

Outside the Lab Training and education

Power to the Pathologists

| Jo Martin

Sitting Down With Jo Martin, President of the Royal College of Pathologists.

Inside the Lab Histology

Tissue Is Still the Issue

| David Moore

The need for adequate tumor samples hampers even state-of-the-art diagnostics

Other issues of 2018