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Outside the Lab Profession

Infectiously Radical

| 11 min read

A conversation with Ayesha Khan on infectious disease, colonialism, and social justice

Diagnostics Analytical science

DKD Detection

| Georgia Hulme | 4 min read

How spectroscopic methods – combined with machine learning – can successfully detect early stage diabetic kidney disease

Subspecialties Forensics

Is There Still Life in the UK’s First Human Taphonomy Facility?

| Georgia Hulme | 5 min read

In 2019, we heard about the launch of a new human taphonomy facility for forensic research in the UK – since then, it seems progress has lulled…

Outside the Lab Profession

Skin Deep: The Stigma of Rare Skin Disease

| Georgia Hulme | 3 min read

We spoke to Christine Ko about the psychosocial effects that burden patients with rare diseases, particularly skin conditions

Inside the Lab Digital and computational pathology

Blood Bots

| George Francis Lee | 3 min read

By leveraging the power of AI, computers can detect leukemia in blood samples – with human accuracy

Subspecialties Hematology

“The Leukemia You Want to Have”

| George Francis Lee | 11 min read

Patients and professionals discuss hairy cell leukemia diagnostics, treatment, and how the landscape has changed over the last 30 years

Subspecialties Microbiology and immunology

Don’t Kick the Dust: Disease in Climate Change California

| George Francis Lee | 6 min read

A relatively obscure disease could thrive and spread in a warmer, drier United States

Outside the Lab Profession

From Academia to Industry

| Michael Schubert | 5 min read

Julie Feldstein outlines her career trajectory and offers tips for pathologists with an interest in industry

Diagnostics COVID-19

Pathology Versus Pandemic

| Michael Schubert | 10 min read

Sir Jonathan Van-Tam and Mike Osborn discuss the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic – and how lab medicine professionals stepped up to combat it

Diagnostics Microscopy and imaging

The Wind of Change is Blowing

| George Francis Lee | 6 min read

Could blowing into a tissue become a viable replacement for a nasal swab?

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