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January 2015 Issue of The Pathologist

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Articles featured in this issue

Outside the Lab Training and education

Fighting Pigeonholes

| Rich Whitworth

Last month, we threw down the gauntlet and urged you to face reality: pathologists don’t always get the respect they deserve.

Inside the Lab Hematology

Chipping Away at Diabetes

| Michael Schubert

Sensitive and specific point-of-care testing with plasmonic gold chips

Outside the Lab Oncology

Faster Blood Cancer Screening

| Roisin McGuigan

Could Rapid Heme Panel become a mainstay in blood cancer diagnosis and management?

Diagnostics Oncology

Signaling Cellular Stress

| Michael Schubert

A typical estrogen induction of protein pathways leads to treatment resistance and poorer outcomes in some breast cancers

Subspecialties Oncology

Body Mass Cancer

| Roisin McGuigan

Could high BMI be responsible for nearly half a million cancer cases each year?

Subspecialties Microbiology and immunology

Antimicrobial Arms Race

| Michael Schubert

Can microbial “dark matter” give us a new weapon against drug-resistant pathogens

Subspecialties Neurology

Imaging Alzheimer’s

| Michael Schubert

MRI probes causative proteins a decade before disease symptoms

Diagnostics Microbiology and immunology

Ticking Multiple Boxes

| Michael Schubert

Preclinical data for a new multivalent Lyme disease vaccine looks promising

Outside the Lab Oncology

The Great Prostate Debate

| Roisin McGuigan

Prostate-specific antigen (PSA) assay: essential part of prostate cancer diagnosis or public menace? We fire up the discussion with five expert views.

Outside the Lab Regulation and standards

Reshaping Recommendations

| Janet Simons, Andrew Don-Wauchope

Making clinical practice guidelines work for pathologists

Outside the Lab Regulation and standards

The Devil is in the Detail

| Julia Baker

How to optimize the preclinical pathology applied to cellular therapeutics

Inside the Lab Oncology

Benchmarking PSA

| Mark Hillen

What does analysis of the last five years of literature on prostate specific antigen tell us about the priorities of the field and the major contributors to it?

Inside the Lab Digital and computational pathology

A Vision of Our Mobile Future

| Aydogan Ozcan

How smartphone power, coupled with the scale of its adoption globally, offers a compelling platform for diagnostics.

Inside the Lab Training and education

A Rather Unconventional Career

| Mai H. Le

Industry and drug development: how opportunities for pathologists extend beyond pathology

Diagnostics Oncology

Uro Star

| Antonio López Beltrán

Sitting Down With… Antonio López Beltrán, Professor at the University of Cordoba, Spain, and Director of Anatomic Pathology at the Champalimaud Cancer Center, Lisbon, Portugal.

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