Latest Content From Anna MacDonald
We spoke to Dr Philippe Taniere, Consultant Histopathologist/Molecular Pathology, and Dr Matthew Evans, Specialist Registrar at University Hospitals Birmingham, to learn how the role of pathologists is changing, what this means for oncologists and cancer patients, and some of the challenges these changes may present.VIEW
We spoke to Dr Philipp Pagel, CMO at numares AG, to learn about some of the limitations of current in vitro diagnostics, and how software based technologies can help overcome some of these.VIEW
Advances in imaging techniques now enable us to see cells in exquisite detail. This has not only increased what researchers can learn about cells’ development and behaviour, but has also resulted in the production of some images beautiful in their own right.
Here we take a look at a few of our favourite cell images from the past year.
The imaging of biological samples, or bioimaging, plays a key role in current life science research, enabling scientists to analyze molecules, cells and tissues from a range of living systems.VIEW
An interdisciplinary team of researchers recently demonstrated the role that H. pylori plays in gastric stem cell renewal. We spoke to lead author, Professor Thomas Meyer from the Max Planck Institute for Infection Biology, to learn more about the study and its wider implications for the future diagnosis and treatment of stomach cancer.VIEW