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Profession

Outside the Lab Profession

Peer-to-Peer, Featuring Jeffrey Myers

| Jeffrey Myers, Ivan Damjanov

Jeffrey Myers shares his career experiences and advice in an interview with professional colleague Ivan Damjanov

Outside the Lab Profession

Answering the Call

| Michael B. Prystowsky, Jacob Steinberg, Adam Cole, Tiffany M. Hébert

How can market-driven pathology residency optimize training to produce motivated, adaptable pathologists?

Outside the Lab Profession

The Family and Friends Test

| Michael Schubert

Do changes in family and life circumstances affect how you view your patients? And if so, is that necessarily a bad thing?

Outside the Lab Profession

Lessons Learned, with Andrew Feinberg

| Andrew Feinberg

A pioneer of epigenetics discusses his career and what he has learned from a fascinating journey through medicine

Subspecialties Microbiology and immunology

A Win-Win-Win Situation

| Bamidele Farinre

How consolidating molecular diagnostics has improved service delivery for the Great Ormond Street Hospital microbiology department

Outside the Lab Profession

Achieving Excellence Requires a Multifaceted Approach

| E. Blair Holladay

To advance laboratory science and medicine, we must focus equally on people, policies, and practices

Outside the Lab Profession

When Progress Becomes Predation

| Yaman AlAhmad, Ibrahim Abdelhafez, Faruk Skenderi, Semir Vranić

Predatory publishing practices always have a negative impact, but it is disproportionately felt in developing countries

Outside the Lab Profession

Anatomy of a Predator

| Benjamin Mazer

Is our “publish (and present) or perish” mindset causing pathologists to fall victim to predatory journals and conferences?

Outside the Lab Profession

It’s a Dog-Eat-Dog World

| Michael Schubert

Predatory journals and conferences take advantage of vulnerable academics… but has the academic community itself made this possible?

Inside the Lab Quality assurance and quality control

Protecting Patients from Prions

| Aaron Schieving

When medical supplies contain products of human or animal origin, they risk potential contamination with potentially fatal prion diseases

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