Mayo Clinic Laboratories is committed to working with our communities as we all face the unprecedented challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. Since early 2020, Mayo Clinic researchers and experts have provided expertise to guide the public health response, and our clinical staff has been on the front lines providing lifesaving care for patients with COVID-19.
Mayo Clinic Laboratories is pleased to announce it has been selected as a UnitedHealthcare Preferred Lab Network (PLN) care provider. Under the agreement, effective July 1, 2019, UnitedHealthcare members have in-network access to Mayo Clinic Laboratories’ comprehensive subspecialty testing menu.
Leading the charge to help educate and find solutions to the antimicrobial resistance crisis is Robin Patel, M.D., as she recently served on a congressional briefing panel.
The October Pathways will feature a case that incorporates whole slide imaging, also known as virtual microscopy. This exciting technology enhances the case by allowing participants to interact with the digital slide.
Hear advice firsthand from William Morice, II, M.D., Ph.D., Chair of the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology at Mayo Clinic, as he tells stories that helped shape his journey in laboratory medicine.
The Mayo Clinic Laboratories Education team recently announced the launch of a new educational podcast titled “Lab Medicine Rounds.” Lab Medicine Rounds is a curated podcast for physicians, laboratory professionals, and students that covers a wide variety of laboratory medicine-related topics.
Traditionally, Mayo Clinic's Simulation Center is used for surgical procedures and teaching students how to run a code. Mayo Clinic pathology consultant Karen Fritchie, M.D., recently developed a new and innovative way to use the center.
Jeffrey Winters, M.D., Vice Chair of the Division of Transfusion Medicine in the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, was recognized at the American Society for Apheresis Annual (ASFA) Meeting in Portland, Oregon on May 16. Dr. Winters received the Francis S. Morrison, M.D., Lecture Memorial Award.
"This study offers hope to patients, since each attack in NMO can cause loss of visual or motor function," says Sean Pittock, M.D., a Mayo Clinic neurologist and first author.