We honor 100 of the leading innovators in pathology and laboratory medicine by celebrating their success at the cutting edge of the field.
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
Existing tests for rapid diagnosis of TB are costly and insufficient – but second-generation assays with improved sensitivity could be the answer
Neurological disorders can be invasive and time-consuming to diagnose, but profiling cytokines in the cerebrospinal fluid can lessen that burden
To confront the increasing problem of antimicrobial resistance in medicine, laboratorians and clinicians must pursue rapid diagnostics
Variants in the FUT2 gene may increase susceptibility to otitis media by altering the microbiome of the middle ear
The use of saliva as a diagnostic fluid seems an attractive option – especially now that research reveals circulating tumor DNA in the fluid
How consolidating molecular diagnostics has improved service delivery for the Great Ormond Street Hospital microbiology department
Differences in bacterial diversity in the gut could be used to identify patients with Barrett’s esophagus and esophageal cancer
A two-stage model featuring point of care sepsis testing and follow-up lab results could improve treatment and reduce the risk of mortality
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