We honor 100 of the leading innovators in pathology and laboratory medicine by celebrating their success at the cutting edge of the field.
Targeting a pathway that promotes cancer immune evasion could prolong immunotherapy and reduce its side effects for liver cancer patients
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
The microbial diversity and species distribution of the cervix may help diagnosticians determine the patients at increased risk of cervical cancer.
From stunning slide images to abstract representations of bodily functions, discover pathology and laboratory medicine’s most enticing visuals.
What is tumor budding – and how can this novel histopathological biomarker better stratify colorectal cancer patients?
With the increasing emergence of multidrug-resistant gonorrhoea strains, we interview two experts to discover how we can combat the issue
Sepsis kills millions and costs billions each year, but a new approach that analyzes morphological changes in monocytes could help
The discovery of soft tissues and biomolecules preserved in ancient fossils opens up a new realm of studies linking paleontology with modern medicine
Comprehensively exploring tumor samples to analyze hundreds of current and emerging cancer-related biomarkers
Neurological disorders can be invasive and time-consuming to diagnose, but profiling cytokines in the cerebrospinal fluid can lessen that burden
A Jagged protein directly linked to cancer metastasis could be targeted to assess the aggressiveness of tumors and prevent their rapid spread
Variants in the FUT2 gene may increase susceptibility to otitis media by altering the microbiome of the middle ear
How consolidating molecular diagnostics has improved service delivery for the Great Ormond Street Hospital microbiology department
Send me the latest from The Pathologist.
Register to access our FREE online portfolio, request the magazine in print and
manage your preferences.