We honor 100 of the leading innovators in pathology and laboratory medicine by celebrating their success at the cutting edge of the field.
Continuing professional development is a challenge – particularly as the speed of technological development increases and time becomes more precious
Charles van Heyningen
Charles van Heyningen describes the evolution of pediatric laboratory medicine and the need for a specialty devoted to the lab needs of young patients
This nine-year-old boy was diagnosed with pediatric chronic myeloid leukemia – but what’s the difference between adult and pediatric CML patients?
The WHO’s Classification of Tumors series is entering its fifth edition – and many accessibility improvements make the latest Blue Books the best yet
After dedicating over 30 years to improving healthcare in deprived countries, Ann Nelson reflects on her career and the importance of medical outreach
A fourth-year medical student discusses the reasons peers and patients fail to appreciate pathology and laboratory medicine
Mentorships are vital resources to pathologists and laboratory medicine professionals seeking to grow and develop their careers
A lack of exposure means many students don’t see pathology as a viable career – and Rick Mitchell thinks we must do more to put it on students’ radars
Pathology and laboratory medicine are clinical disciplines, and our knowledge and functions are valuable to every field of medicine.
What is tumor budding – and how can this novel histopathological biomarker better stratify colorectal cancer patients?
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