Safety and Assessment of Breakthrough Therapies
- Amy Smith’s varied career brings collaborative perspective to her work on COVID-19 research
May 26, 2020
BY: Mary Parker
- Emergency plan based on historic precedent
May 14, 2020
BY: Mary Parker
- The latest worrisome phenomenon in SARS-CoV-2 infection--changes in the blood clotting properties of patients
May 11, 2020
BY: Florence Poitout
- Coinciding with the urgent need for laboratory findings has been a slow-down and readjustment of life on the outside
May 4, 2020
BY: Regina Kelder
- Will alternative assays for developmental toxicity gain regulatory acceptance?
April 15, 2020
BY: Alan Hoberman
- Are image analysis algorithms for digital pathology compliant with regulatory requirements?
April 8, 2020
BY: Aleksandra Zuraw
- From the first electrocardiograph machine, invented in 1904, to the robotic surgeries of today, medical devices have advanced dramatically, and continues to evolve
March 16, 2020
BY: Regina Kelder
- The color of our blood can tell on us. What it relays can sometimes be devastating.
February 6, 2020
BY: Christoph Eberle
- The daily lessons of a toxicologist are perpetual and transferable to the next "expedition"
January 15, 2020
BY: Ria Falvo
- Artificial Intelligence-assisted image analysis has been a hot topic in pathology for years. It is about to get even hotter
December 10, 2019
BY: Aleksandra Zuraw