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May 2020 Issue of The Pathologist

In May’s issue of The Pathologist, we explore the concept of Clinical Lab 2.0, a grassroots movement whose ambition is to position the laboratory at the forefront of healthcare. Laboratorians and public health experts explain why, in the midst of a pandemic, the lab is more important than ever for safeguarding population health. Also in this issue, pulmonary pathologist Sanjay Mukhopadhyay explains the hidden dangers of vaping, David Dimond reveals why the creation and interoperability of metadata is essential for digital pathology, and we hear about the distinguished career of Christopher D.M. Fletcher. Finally, we sit down with Sarah Garner, Pathologists’ Assistant and Director of the Pathologists’ Assistant Program at Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA.

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Articles featured in this issue

Subspecialties COVID-19

The Pandemic To Date

| Luke Turner

From the first sign of pneumonia in Wuhan to more than 250,000 global deaths in just four months, discover the key dates of the pandemic so far

Diagnostics Histology

Case of the Month

A 61-year-old woman presents with a 1 cm left postauricular mass. Can you diagnose May’s case?

Inside the Lab Digital and computational pathology

Bottom-Up to 2020

| Liron Pantanowitz

How UPMC’s digital pathology platform is facilitating the adoption of AI for primary diagnosis and unlocking new potential for the healthcare system

Diagnostics Genetics and epigenetics

Precision Medicine: The Next Generation

| David Fenstermacher

Precision medicine is creating a sea change in healthcare and biomedical research. Is your lab prepared for the approaching tsunami of genetic tests?

Diagnostics Genetics and epigenetics

Testing for Gene Fusions

| Sponsored by Thermo Fisher Scientific

A comparison of commonly used NGS assays for the detection of fusion genes based on a recent educational webinar

Inside the Lab Laboratory management

Priming the Clinical Laboratory for Population Health

| Khosrow Shotorbani, Jeremy Orr, Keren Landsman

Khosrow Shotorbani discusses the laboratory’s position as a leader in evolving healthcare

Subspecialties Clinical care

Smoke and Mirrors

| Sanjay Mukhopadhyay

Although often viewed as safer than cigarettes, vaping carries risk of acute lung injuries, including damage not seen in smoking

Inside the Lab Laboratory management

Pathologists: In-House Experts

| Sponsored by Thermo Fisher Scientific

An interview with Ruthy Shaco-Levy to explore why in-house laboratory is a valuable resource for both clinicians and patients

Inside the Lab Digital and computational pathology

Improving Interoperability

| David Dimond

For an efficient AI-powered diagnostic workflow, it is crucial to ensure that pathology images and associated metadata are connected at the source

Outside the Lab Profession

The Pathfinder of Pathology

| Pallavi A. Patil, Christopher D.M. Fletcher

In an interview with Pallavi A. Patil, Christopher D.M. Fletcher discusses what he has learned over a 35-year-long career in pathology

Subspecialties Pathologists’ assistants

The Pathologists’ Assistant

| Michael Schubert

We interview Sarah Garner to learn how she became a pathologists’ assistant and what the profession involves on a typical day

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