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Pathology is always changing and developing. To meet patient demand, to ensure the success of our hospitals, and to keep the profession growing in a positive direction, increasing pathology’s exposure and providing quality education is key…

‘My interest is in the future because I am going to spend the rest of my life there,’ said inventor Charles Kettering. He was grounded in the present with a vision for the future. Pathology must follow this example, starting with technology…

Download the training presentation for an overview of the “how’s and why’s” of proper Formalin fixation and its relevance to IHC.

I want to dispel the myth that pathologists spend our days peering down microscopes and avoiding interaction with patients. We need to better communicate who we are, what we do, and how dedicated we are to improving cancer diagnostics for patients…

In recent years, digital pathology has gone from an intriguing idea to an integral part of how academic and commercial labs operate. Join Leica Biosystems and Procia Digital Pathology as they discuss why institutions are going digital today and how they...

  • Cecilia Yeung ,
    Pathologist – Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, Assistant Professor – University of Washington, Dept. of Pathology

In this session, we will briefly review the basics of molecular biology, examine critical factors which affect the quality of nucleic acids in the tissues and cells which are submitted for downstream molecular diagnostics, and briefly introduce some...

This presentation will review the challenges of creating a system to assess the quality and consistency of diagnoses produced by individual pathologists and discuss setting goals to improve the processes in anatomic pathology for enhanced patient safety. All...

The content of this webinar will encompass detailed technical descriptions of novel and state of the art methods to decalcify tissue samples that will be embedded in paraffin or for frozen sectioning for molecular and nucleic acid analysis for basic research...

The potential for non-invasive tests that provide equivalent research and diagnostic value as can be obtained from tissue biopsies is real, but not yet realized. Tissue biopsies allow for identification, phenotyping and molecular analysis of cancer and...

Human papillomaviruses (HPVs) are the etiologic agents for a significant fraction of many cancers in humans. Our understanding of the pathogenesis of these tumors has led to almost continuous refinement in our approach to managing patients at risk for these...

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