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September 2018 Issue of The Pathologist

This issue continues our tradition of highlighting the top professionals in the field. Our feature shows off the 100 best doctors and professors in laboratory medicine, nominated by you and selected by a panel of pathologist judges. The September issue also contains articles about decoding autism, the experience of searching for a post-doc, and using brain imaging in conjunction with biomarkers to try and diagnose Alzheimer’s disease early. Additionally, we sit down with Oliver Feihn, Director of the NIH West Coast Metabolomics Center.

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Articles featured in this issue

Outside the Lab Profession

A Powerful Tool

How we hope The Pathologist’s Power List will spark conversations and inspire greatness

Outside the Lab Histology

Case of the Month

Can you diagnose this 32-year-old’s painless ear swelling?

Diagnostics Clinical care

Express Insight into Bladder Cancer

Looking at miRNA expression levels may improve our ability to subtype bladder cancers and provide the most appropriate and effective treatment

Inside the Lab Analytical science

No Label? No Problem!

A new approach, wide-field mid-IR microscopy, can help identify biomarkers and diagnose and classify cancers without the need for labeling

Inside the Lab Genetics and epigenetics

Decoding Autism on Chromosome 16

| Santhosh Girirajan

Researchers from Penn State examine the 16p11.2 deletion for its role in neurodevelopmental disorders and related phenotypes

Outside the Lab Profession

See Me, Hear Me!

| Nadeem Zafar

How can pathologists make themselves more visible?

Outside the Lab Technology and innovation

Making the Leap

| Anthony Stender

Choosing the right post-doc can be a stressful process

Diagnostics Profession

Translational Proteomics: Solving the Reproducibility Riddle

| David Chiang

How to get proteomics back on track

Inside the Lab Profession

Benchmarking: How Sure Are You?

| E. Blair Holladay

How can you use benchmarking to learn and improve?

Outside the Lab Profession

The Power List 2018

| William Aryitey

Join us in celebrating the 100 most influential professionals in the field, nominated by you and selected by a panel of pathologist judges

Outside the Lab Clinical care

Better Biomarkers for AD R&D

| Carlo Medici

For better diagnosis and monitoring of Alzheimer’s disease, as well as drug R&D, we need to move toward widespread use of MRI biomarker imaging, even if blood screening tests become a reality

Outside the Lab Omics

Opening Doors With Omics

Sitting Down With Oliver Fiehn, Director of NIH West Coast Metabolomics Center

Other issues of 2018