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Subspecialties


Subspecialties Oncology

Precision Oncology Genomic Profiling: In-House or Centralized?

| Sponsored by Thermo Fisher Scientific

Panel discussion highlights the benefits of keeping it close

Subspecialties Histology

Reclassifying Ocular Pathology

Establishing an accurate, understandable classification system for conjunctival epithelial pigmentations

Subspecialties Biochemistry and molecular biology

Why Didn’t They Teach This in Med School?

| Ivan Damjanov

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

Subspecialties Forensics

Image of the Month

Discover the appearance of a dinosaur malignancy! Researchers have found the first-ever osteosarcoma in a Centrosaurus apertus

Subspecialties Microbiology and immunology

The Rise of Metagenomics in Infectious Disease

| Todd Dickinson

Might shotgun metagenomic sequencing one day be the gold standard assay for clinical microbiology?

Subspecialties Histology

In Focus: Mammary Paget’s Disease

| Indranil Chakrabarti, Rajesh Kumar Mandal

A case of Paget’s disease of the breast highlights some of the key features and diagnostic concerns of this disease

Subspecialties Neurology

A Blood Biomarker for Alzheimer’s Disease

| Luke Turner

New research shows that neurofilament light chain levels could help with early detection of familial Alzheimer’s disease

Subspecialties Microbiology and immunology

A Faster Combination Test for Sepsis

| Michael Schubert

Testing for changes in the levels of multiple markers could provide rapid insights into sepsis

Subspecialties Pathologists’ assistants

Teaching the Pathologists’ Assistants of the Future

| Sarah Garner

The birth of a new PA program – and why such programs are vital to the future of the laboratory

Subspecialties Hematology

Home-Based Tests for Cancer Patients

| Michael Schubert

When it’s too risky to go for blood tests, the blood tests must come to the patient


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