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June 2024 Issue of The Pathologist

In our May/June issue we open the doors to our annual pathology art gallery. Step in and marvel at the skillful captures of cells, organs, anatomies, creatures, and even histology-themed attire.

Plus much more: discover why whole genome sequencing could soon enter mainstream pathology in the UK; embrace gene expression profiling; get the lowdown on emerging fungal pathogens; paint along with artist/pathologist Meredith Herman; investigate AI tools for your working day and beyond; and take inspiration from the USA’s digital pathology frontrunner, Anil Parwani.

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Articles featured in this issue

Outside the Lab Profession

On the Side

| Helen Bristow

The #pathart of profitability

Diagnostics Analytical science

Mic Drop

| Jessica Allerton | 3 min read

A new microscopy technique reveals the secrets of lipid synthesis inside living cells

Subspecialties Forensics

A Matter of Minutes

| Jessica Allerton

Mass spectrometry provides forensic toxicologists with a reliable and rapid answer to drug screening

Subspecialties Oncology

Light Fantastic

| Jessica Allerton

Raman spectroscopy for esophagus cancer diagnosis

Subspecialties Microbiology and immunology

Functional Consequences

| Jessica Allerton

New insights into accelerated aging in women with HIV

Outside the Lab Profession

Pathology Pet Corner: Brie the Cat

| Meredith Herman

Pathologist Brie ready and reporting for duty!

Outside the Lab Profession

In Memoriam: Cyril Wecht

| Jessica Allerton

Celebrating the life of the famous forensic pathologist, 1931–2024

Diagnostics Omics

Firefighting Omics

| Markella Loi | 2 min read

Intense physical activity increases the risk of respiratory infections, according to multi-omic analysis of biofluids

Diagnostics Omics

Ode to WGS

| Madhuri Hegde | 4 min read

Thanks to a funding boost, whole genome sequencing looks set to make the leap from the research lab to the clinic

Outside the Lab Profession

Every Detail Matters

| E. Blair Holladay

Unveiling the artistry of pathology and laboratory medicine

Outside the Lab Profession

Pathology Captures

| Jessica Allerton

Our annual celebration of lab-inspired art from around the globe

Diagnostics Biochemistry and molecular biology

Beyond the Micrometer

| Matthew Goldberg | 10 min read

Gene expression profiling tests are well validated but underutilized in oncology

Subspecialties Microbiology and immunology

Facing Fungus

| Ayaz Majid | 7 min read

What are the diagnostic implications of the alarming rise in emerging fungal infections?

Inside the Lab Digital and computational pathology

Portugal’s IMP Diagnostics, a Digital Case Study

| Rob Monroe | 10 min read

Family-owned IMP Diagnostics pioneered digital pathology integration into private practice workflows

Outside the Lab Profession

Paint What You Know

| Helen Bristow | 8 min read

The growth and benefits of #pathart

Inside the Lab Technology and innovation

For Work and Play

| Caitlin Raymond | 4 min read

Embracing artificial intelligence: a pathology resident’s perspective

Outside the Lab Profession

Future Thinker

| Helen Bristow | 7 min read

Sitting Down With… Anil Parwani, Vice Chair of Anatomical Pathology at The Ohio State University, Wexner Medical Centre

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