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Forensics

Subspecialties Forensics

Faster, More Objective Maggot Analysis

| Michael Schubert

Combining molecular analysis with artificial intelligence can help forensic scientists elicit more information from maggots

Subspecialties Forensics

A Body Farm First

| Luke Turner

Canada’s first human decomposition facility is set to open this year, shedding light on natural decay in cooler environments

Outside the Lab Profession

The Truth Seeker

| Luke Turner

As the first to discover chronic traumatic encephalopathy, Bennet Omalu reflects on his career in forensic pathology and how he coped with criticism

Outside the Lab Profession

The Healthcare Crisis We Are Failing To Address

| Kristen Adams

Kristen Adams explores the recruitment crisis plaguing forensic pathology and how we can combat these shortages

Outside the Lab Point of care testing

Putting a Finger on Substance Abuse

| Michael Schubert

Fingerprint drug screening is fast, easy, and noninvasive – offering dignity to patients and easing the testing burden on overloaded laboratories

Outside the Lab Profession

Death Under Scrutiny

| Jo Martin

The UK has introduced a national system of medical examiners to investigate deaths, improve patient safety, and support bereaved families

Outside the Lab Training and education

A Digital Museum

| Luke Turner

The online Pathology Education and Learning Centre aims to catalogue 3,500 specimens for teaching and learning around the world

Subspecialties Forensics

CSI: Cretaceous

| Michael Schubert

The discovery of soft tissues and biomolecules preserved in ancient fossils opens up a new realm of studies linking paleontology with modern medicine

Diagnostics Clinical care

Bioarcheology: Peopling the Past

| Jane Buikstra

Where did paleopathology come from? Where is it going next? And, most importantly, how can clinical and paleopathologists work together to benefit both fields?

Diagnostics Clinical care

Connecting Past to Present

| Niels Lynnerup

Niels Lynnerup explains the discipline of paleopathology and what benefits it has to offer pathology in the clinic or in the research laboratory


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