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June 2022 Issue of The Pathologist

In May/June’s issue of The Pathologist, we talk with four leading omics professionals – sharing everything from recent breakthroughs to what the future might hold. Also in the issue, we chat with a misinformation expert on fighting back against fake news, discuss lessons learned from our pandemic response, and gain insight into whether AI in the lab is a friend or foe (spoiler: it’s a friend!). Plus much more: how machine learning can help researchers design sensitive viral diagnostics; how hair glucocorticoid levels may indicate HIV progression; and an interview with Jo Horne, STP Training Programme Director and Midlands Healthcare Science Dean, National School of Healthcare Science, and Lead Practice Educator for the Southern Counties Pathology Network, NHS England, UK.

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Articles featured in this issue

Diagnostics Omics

Gurus of Omics

| 15 min read

Thought leaders from four key disciplines within omics share their insights

Diagnostics Genetics and epigenetics

Epigenetics of Early Arrivals

| Liv Gaskill

Epigenetic testing could identify those at risk of preterm birth

Diagnostics Liquid biopsy

Benchmarking… Liquid Biopsy

| Michael Schubert

A look at the last five years of publishing on liquid biopsy

Subspecialties Microbiology and immunology

Splitting Hairs for HIV

| Liv Gaskill

Can hair glucocorticoid levels provide an indication of HIV progression?

Inside the Lab Digital and computational pathology

Job Killer or Collaborator?

| Martin Potash

Digital pathology is here to stay – but, to address the coming workforce shortage and do best by our patients, we need to embrace it

Outside the Lab Profession

A Century of Excellence

| E. Blair Holladay

Celebrating 100 years of growth and advancement for pathology and laboratory medicine

Diagnostics Liquid biopsy

Biomarkers: The Bigger Picture

| Sponsored by Invitae

NSCLC biomarker testing can be valuable for both patient and pathologist

Diagnostics COVID-19

Taking the Long View: Strategies for SARS-CoV-2 Surveillance

| Angelica Olcott, Vanitha Margan | 8 min read

Diagnosis and tracking of SARS-CoV-2 and its variants require different platforms and technologies, intelligently combined

Inside the Lab Digital and computational pathology

Learning to ADAPT

| Liv Gaskill | 2 min read

A new machine learning system predicts and designs effective viral diagnostics

Inside the Lab Digital and computational pathology

A Newer Frontier

| Joseph Mossel

What does “going artificial” actually mean for laboratories?

Outside the Lab Profession

Fake News!

| Michael Schubert

Timothy Caulfield talks about misinformation and disinformation in science and medicine

Subspecialties Oncology

Invitae microsatellite instability detection

| Contributed by Invitae

The global fight against cancer requires advanced molecular detection products that are accurate, actionable, easy-to-use and available worldwide.

Outside the Lab Training and education

Advocate for the Next Generation

| Liv Gaskill | 7 min read

We sit down with Jo Horne to discuss the Scientist Training Program, current challenges in biomedical science, and the need for reform in the field

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