Histopathology

Medical eponmys pt4: Hodgkin disease

This is the fourth is a series of short biographies of persons whose names are directly used for diseases, conditions or syndromes familiar to those in clinical pathology labs. Their names are most often used because they made highly significant contributions to the discovery and understanding of the disease. 

Digital pathology in the time of COVID

Specialist Biomedical Scientist Chloe Knowles looks at digital pathology and remote working during the pandemic.

Histopathology qualification funding

The IBMS has announced new funding support for Institute members undertaking IBMS/RCPath histopathology qualifications.

IBMS podcast relaunched

The IBMS Biopod has been revamped, renamed and relaunched as IBMSpod.

Reporting in histopathology: some personal insights

The team at Leicester Royal Infirmary have collaborated on this article, which discusses their experiences of scientist reporting in histopathology.

"Don't delay cancer treatment"

A European Society for Medical Oncology (ESMO) interdisciplinary expert consensus paper on how to manage cancer patients during the COVID-19 pandemic has been published.

"AI research could pose risk for patients"

Many studies claiming that artificial intelligence (AI) is as good as, or better than, human experts at interpreting medical images are of poor quality and potentially exaggerated.

Delivering real-time PCR in histopathology

Clinical Scientist and Molecular Pathology Lead Siobhan Taylor looks at the experiences of implementing a new platform within a routine histopathology service and the impact it has had on patient care.

Histopathology reporting qualifications

Dr Joanne Horne and Dr Bryan Green look at the Healthcare Scientist Reporting Programme and developing an expert, collaborative histopathology team.

3D model of human liver

Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease is becoming the most common chronic liver disorder in developed countries.

Changes ahead

Role development, workforce strategies and professional qualifications... Sarah May looks back at 2019 and forward to the New Year. 

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