Hereditary Epilepsy Panels [A Test in Focus]

by alyssafrank • December 4, 2018

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Nikola Baumann, Ph.D., Director of the Central Clinical Laboratory and Central Processing Laboratory at Mayo Clinic, was recently featured in CAP TODAY about biotin interference. According to findings of a Mayo Clinic study, biotin use is not rare, and don’t count on it being listed in the patient’s electronic medical record. 
By Kelley Luedke • December 11, 2018
This week’s Research Roundup highlights the evaluation of monoclonal gammopathy of renal significance: A consensus report of the International Kidney and Monoclonal Gammopathy Research Group.
By Kelley Luedke • December 10, 2018
Top highlights include: the secret to good health may be a walk in the park, Minnesota adds Alzheimer's as qualifying condition for medical marijuana, Asian longhorned tick spreading in U.S, 11 diseases that can start with your gut bacteria, and a link between migraines and gastrointestinal problems?
By Gina Chiri-Osmond • December 7, 2018
Joseph Parisi, M.D., and Bobbi Pritt, M.D., have both received the 2018 Distinguished Educator Award. The award honors Mayo Clinic staff members who have made substantial and continued contributions to Mayo’s educational mission.
By Suzanne R. Ferguson • December 7, 2018
Mike Baisch, Principal Systems Engineer at Mayo Clinic, is kicking off a blog series that will discuss a methodology that can be used in the design of a new laboratory space or the redesign of an existing laboratory space.
By Mike Baisch • December 6, 2018
A program that connects patients with writers, visual artists, and musicians at Mayo Clinic offers a type of care that has nothing to do with tests or treatments.
By In the Loop • December 6, 2018