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September 2022 Issue of The Pathologist

In the September/October issue of The Pathologist, we consider the ethics of artificial intelligence (AI) in laboratory medicine. What are the key pillars pathologists need to consider when implementing AI? What does it mean to be in an “AI winter?” And how do we avoid being left out in the cold again? Also in the issue, we explore the future of spatial biology, examine the capabilities of automated slide scanners for accelerating COVID-19 research, and hear from Mark Wick as he reflects on his extensive career in the lab. And much more: how achieving IVDR compliance is a marathon, not a sprint; the importance of good science communication; and an interview with Catherine Ketcham, Managing Editor of Laboratory Investigations and Modern Pathology at the United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology, Palm Springs, California, USA.

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Articles featured in this issue

Outside the Lab Regulation and standards

The Robot May See You Now

| George Francis Lee | 11 min read

It’s time to stop and think about the ethics of artificial intelligence

Diagnostics Genetics and epigenetics

Getting to the Genetic Core of Autism

| Liv Gaskill | 2 min read

Investigating the genotype-phenotype relationship in autism could improve our understanding of the condition’s heterogeneity

Subspecialties Microbiology and immunology

Of Mice and MA10

| Liv Gaskill | 2 min read

Mice infected with the SARS-CoV-2 MA10 strain could provide insight into the mechanisms behind long COVID-19 in humans

Subspecialties Oncology

A Pan-Cancer Panopticon

| George Francis Lee | 2 min read

The field of pan-cancer omics is taking in the full picture for viable oncology treatments

Inside the Lab Digital and computational pathology

Diagnosis: Uncert(AI)n

| George Francis Lee

Using AI in diagnosis can be a risky click

Diagnostics Liquid biopsy

Liquid Biopsies: Reach for the Stars

| Dan Norton | 3 min read

One star burns extra bright in the constellation of cancer treatments

Outside the Lab Regulation and standards

IVDR Compliance: A Marathon, Not a Sprint

| Brice Ezzouaouy | 3 min read

It’s time to move toward the finish line with IVDR compliance – but doing so will require the investment of time and resources

Outside the Lab Profession

The Learning Never Stops

| E. Blair Holladay | 3 min read

Education is key to the evolution of pathology’s future

Outside the Lab Guidelines and recommendations

Fending Off the AI Winter

| George Francis Lee | 10 min read

Without adequate education for professionals and the public, AI risks being left out in the cold

Diagnostics Biochemistry and molecular biology

Future Trends in Spatial Biology

| Tian Yu | 8 min read

The use of spatial biology in laboratory medicine is on the rise – but what does the future hold?

Outside the Lab Screening and monitoring

Something in the Water

| Francisco Bizouarn | 2 min read

With infectious disease concerns on the rise, wastewater-based epidemiology is increasingly essential – but we need effective tools

Diagnostics COVID-19

Solving the Challenge of COVID-19

| Wei Juan Wong | 3 min read

Wei Juan Wong highlights the capabilities of automated slide scanners to help accelerate COVID-19 research

Inside the Lab Software and hardware

Cloud-Based Cancer Care

| Jurgi Camblong | 3 min read

With the emerging role of new technologies in healthcare, could the key to better cancer care be stored in the cloud?

Outside the Lab Profession

Editing Pathology

| Michael Schubert | 4 min read

Managing editor Catherine Ketcham discusses what it’s like to edit journals such as Modern Pathology and Laboratory Investigations

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