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July 2018 Issue of The Pathologist

The July issue of The Pathologist features our third annual celebration of pathology-based art, ranging from stains and cells to kaleidoscopic microscopy and anatomy-inspired quilling. We also cover building a dinosaur genome, tech-assisted tools to fight AMR, biomarkers related to e-cigarette use, a free online training course for all, and a lot more. Plus, we sit down with Vinay Kumar to discuss his contributions to Robbins and Cotran textbooks.

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Articles featured in this issue

Outside the Lab Training and education

Power to the People

How both our gallery feature and our Power List can help bring the pathology community together

Outside the Lab Histology

Case of the Month

What receptor has caused this malignant salivary tumor?

Diagnostics Microscopy and imaging

The Flamingo Spreads Its Wings

| Tayiba Sulaiman

The new Flamingo compact light sheet microscope has been praised for its smart design and practical response to accessibility problems

Outside the Lab Biochemistry and molecular biology

A Septic Shock

Many sepsis patients’ lactate levels aren’t measured according to recommendations – but why not, and how might doing so change patient outcomes?

Outside the Lab Analytical science

Faster Fibrosis Diagnosis

| William Aryitey

An immunosensing technique that detects liver fibrosis in 45 minutes

Diagnostics Genetics and epigenetics

Building a Dinosaur (Genome)

Reconstructing the chromatin organization of a common ancestor yields insight into dinosaur (and other) genomes

Diagnostics Analytical science

Real-Time Tumor Analysis

| William Aryitey

MALDI and a SpiderMass device could save valuable surgery time

Outside the Lab Profession

My Path to Path

| Albert Sy

The value of the pathology post-sophomore fellowship

Outside the Lab Profession

They Shoot Horses, Don’t They?

| Victoria F. Samanidou

How much does a scientist’s age affect research?

Subspecialties Bioinformatics

Resigned to Resistance?

| Steve Conly

Technology-based microbiology solutions such as automation and integrated informatics can help reduce time to diagnosis

Subspecialties Microscopy and imaging

Portraits of Pathology

A glimpse of the vibrant visuals in pathology

Inside the Lab Biochemistry and molecular biology

Asking the Right Questions

| Robert M. Najarian

When it comes to liver pathology, what are the most essential tools for the job?

Diagnostics Biochemistry and molecular biology

The Human Element

| Charlotte Barker

Measuring biomarkers to assess the impact of e-cigarettes

Inside the Lab Profession

Casting a Training Lifeline

| Rifat Mannan and Emilio Madrigal

A series of pathology lectures that can be viewed from anywhere, at any time, for free, may help to equalize medical education for all

Outside the Lab Digital and computational pathology

Journey to the Center of the Digitization Dilemma

| Alec Hirst

Digital pathology can increase laboratory efficiency – and it’s easier than you may think!

Outside the Lab Training and education

Research, Teaching, and Textbooks

Updated: We sit down with Vinay Kumar, Professor at Biological Sciences Division and The Pritzker School of Medicine

Outside the Lab Profession

American Society for Clinical Pathology and Texere Publishing sign exclusive society partnership for The Pathologist

A new collaboration to benefit ASCP members and readers of The Pathologist

Other issues of 2018