The pandemic revealed the fearless commitment and ingenuity of clinical laboratorians and the IVD industry, but stress and burnout have left them wounded.
As the pandemic grinds on through a second year, many American workers are feeling the pressure, and many say they intend to leave their jobs within a year, according to a new survey from the American Psychological Association.
A new preprint deals with the characterization of neutrophil phenotypes in an attempt to provide biomarkers that can predict severe disease in patients hospitalized with COVID-19.
An international group of cancer researchers, led by the National Cancer Research Institute’s (NCRI) Cellular Molecular Pathology Initiative (CMPath), has published guidance to address the variability in how pathology is planned and delivered in clinical trials.
Clinical laboratories routinely use leftover specimens for quality improvement and method development, validation, and verification purposes. For researchers, leftover specimens can be a springboard to carry out pilot studies and test novel ideas.
Scientists have found that the psychedelic drug psilocybin, in development as an anti-depressive treatment, changes the emotional state of people listening to music.
Add an improved memory to the list of the many benefits that accompany having a sense of purpose in life.
Active listening can improve employees’ senses of personal control over their careers, reduce anxiety about job loss
Former Theranos Lab Director and Staff Testify in Ongoing Elizabeth Holmes Fraud Trial That They Voiced Concerns about Reliability and Accuracy of Edison Blood-Testing Device
An especially deadly subtype of T-cell lymphoma is distinguished by unique mutations in a specific protein signaling pathway, according to a study published in the journal Blood.
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