Do you want to present your research at a national meeting? The American Society for Clinical Pathology is currently accepting abstract submissions for their Annual Meeting. This year it’s in October in Tampa, Florida. Soak up the sun while presenting your work and networking with your peers.
As may or may not be aware, Lab Medicine has a podcast series geared toward laboratory professionals and pathologists. In a recent installment, Dr. Geoffrey Wool discusses the laboratory’s role in monitoring the new anticoagulants. Click this link to listen.
It’s going to be a little quiet here over the next few weeks while our team of mad scientist writers enjoy time with their families. We’ll be back in action after the New Year with lots of great information for you. In the meantime, the editors of Lab Medicine would like to wish you and yours a happy and safe holiday season.
We’ve got some great new content exlusive to the Lab Medicine website to share with you.
Aleksandr Ivanov discusses Barriers to the Introduction of New Medical Diagnostic Tests.
Attipoe et. al. present the unexpected finding of Diphyllobothrium nihonkaiense. This is the second documented finding of this particular parasite in the United States.
Beavers et al report a case of an albumin transfusion reaction.
You may have noticed we’ve been a little quiet on the blog this week. Our team of mad scientist writers are eating turkey and enjoying time with their families. They’ll be back next week with great information for you, so stay tuned!