100 of the best, brightest, and most powerful advocates of pathology.
Celebrating 100 inspirational and influential professionals in laboratory medicine.
The UK has introduced a national system of medical examiners to investigate deaths, improve patient safety, and support bereaved families
The online Pathology Education and Learning Centre aims to catalogue 3,500 specimens for teaching and learning around the world
The discovery of soft tissues and biomolecules preserved in ancient fossils opens up a new realm of studies linking paleontology with modern medicine
Where did paleopathology come from? Where is it going next? And, most importantly, how can clinical and paleopathologists work together to benefit both fields?
Niels Lynnerup explains the discipline of paleopathology and what benefits it has to offer pathology in the clinic or in the research laboratory
A glimpse of the vibrant visuals in pathology
The uniqueness of different regions means that each needs its own facility – so why doesn’t the UK have one?
An introduction to the only taphonomic research facility serving the western United States
Katie Zejdlik, Nicholas V. Passalacqua, and John A. Williams
The what, where, and why of human decomposition facilities
Human decomposition facilities offer insight into the post-mortem process that can help a wide variety of people – both before and after death
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