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Delving Into Dark Code
Ayal Gussow talks about developing the new Orion tool for genome analysis – how it locates biologically important regions, detects disease-causing mutations, and helps researchers and clinicians assess potential pathogenicity.
Communication between the lab and the clinic can be slow, convoluted or incomplete. Michael Laposata introduces the diagnostic management team to solve these problems and help specialists understand one another.
What is a “transformed pathologist?” Byron Barksdale likens it to Pablo Casals telling a young Yo Yo Ma, “You should also play baseball.” In short, no pathologist is an island – and you should be a human being first.
Congratulations to this year’s winner of the (Humanity in Science Award). The GPHF-Minilab™ can rapidly verify drug quality and detect counterfeit medications, a significant problem in resource-poor settings.
Tired of waiting? Start digital pathology now with AnyslideTM
Anyslide is a free cloud-based image sharing and collaboration platform for pathologists who want to start working digital today, with their existing set-up. They can share digital histology images publicly or privately within in seconds using the browser on their desktop PC, tablet or smartphone. No scanner, installation or integration needed.
Lab Innovations returns to the heart of the industry on 1 & 2 November 2017 at the NEC, Birmingham. This is your opportunity to discover the latest innovations in laboratory technology, biotech and analytical equipment, from over 130 manufacturers and suppliers of laboratory products.
Liquid biopsy promises a new level of precision in disease profiling and drug resistance monitoring. Is your lab using this tool to its full potential? See how a promising new technology lets you give clinicians insights that can guide personalized cancer treatments.
Be it a large congress at a huge venue or an expert meeting that fits around a table, these events are a fantastic way to network and educate yourself on the latest developments in the laboratory medicine industry – so why not take a look at our list of upcoming events?