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Inside the Lab Digital and computational pathology

Going Digital: Can Everything In Pathology Be Consolidated?

| Jane Rendall

Digital pathology is a means to an end – that’s why laboratory medicine professionals need to guide conversations about digitization and consolidation

Outside the Lab Training and education

Why Didn’t They Teach This in Med School?

| Ivan Damjanov

The sixth segment of our series of weird and wonderful medical terms and diagnoses that you probably weren’t aware of

Outside the Lab Profession

Connecting the Laboratory Community

| E. Blair Holladay

Our connections give us strength – and that strength allows us to be the foundation of healthcare

Diagnostics Microscopy and imaging

Is Your Microscope Exposing You to Radiation?

| Neil Sharma, Manish Singhal

High-end microscope objectives transmit UV light more readily than basic lenses – but what risk do they pose to pathologists?

Outside the Lab COVID-19

Surviving the Storm

| Michael Schubert

The seventh installment of our COVID-19 outbreak diaries from pathologists and laboratory medicine professionals around the world

Inside the Lab Precision medicine

Think of the Children

| Luke Turner

Two experts in childhood cancers give their take on the intricacies of pediatric laboratory medicine and where they think the field will go next

Inside the Lab Laboratory management

Continuous delivery of complete patient cases

| Sponsored by Agilent

Dako Omnis enables delivery of complete patient cases to pathologists throughout the day, instead of as a big batch in the afternoon.

Inside the Lab Precision medicine

Precision Oncology Flourishes In-House

| Tanya Ahmad

As the UK heads toward test centralization, medical oncologist Tanya Ahmad explains why in-house testing shouldn’t be left behind

Outside the Lab Profession

Words to the Wise for New Scientists

| Lauren Robertson

Peter Griffiths shares his wisdom for aspiring and early-career scientists

Outside the Lab Training and education

Changing the Cancer Landscape in the Developing World

| Luke Turner

We sit down with HRH Princess Dina Mired to find out what brought her to cancer advocacy and how she sees future cancer care in the developing world

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