Education

October 8, 2017 | Rochester, Minnesota
This symposium is designed for any provider who treats patients with hematologic malignancies (e.g., oncologists, hematologists, and physician assistants), pathologists, hematopathologists, cytogeneticists, laboratory directors, genetic counselors, and laboratory technologists and support staff.

By MCL Education • July 7, 2017

Tammy Fletcher, Administrator of Value-Based Services at Mayo Mayo Medical Laboratories, is presenting during Dark Daily's webinar, "Simple, Swift Approaches to Lab Test Utilization Management: Proven Ways for Your Clinical Laboratory to Use Data and Collaborations to Add Value," on Thursday, June 29, at 1 p.m. EDT.

By Kelley Luedke • June 28, 2017

This week's case study reviews the thoracentesis-fluid cytology, smear, and cell block from a 79-year-old man with left pleural effusion. Can you make the diagnosis?

By April Josselyn • June 27, 2017

This week's case study reviews a uterine leiomyomata, which was removed from a 27-year-old woman who presented for a myomectomy due to abnormal uterine bleeding. Can you make the diagnosis?

By April Josselyn • June 20, 2017

This week's case study reviews a 6-cm soft tissue mass located in the trapezius muscle, which was excised from a 10-year-old girl. Can you make the diagnosis?

By Rene Revier • June 13, 2017

The Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences 10-week Phlebotomy Program is awarding full scholarships for students who are accepted into the October program. Application deadline is Wednesday, September 6.

By April Josselyn • June 9, 2017

Our Phlebotomy 2017: Highlighting Guidelines, Generations, and Good Practices conference was a success. Attendees had the opportunity to listen to some fantastic speakers, take part in hands-on sessions, and learn tips and techniques to handle a variety of patients. View photos from the conference.

By Kelley Luedke • April 25, 2017

The Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences 10-week Phlebotomy Program is awarding full scholarships for students who are accepted into the August program. The scholarship deadline has been extended to June 5.

By April Josselyn • April 20, 2017

Do you know someone who recently graduated from high school? How about someone looking to follow a new career path? Ask him or her to consider the Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences 10-week Phlebotomy Program as a future educational option and career growth opportunity.

By April Josselyn • March 7, 2017

Chromosome analysis, which was once the preferred genetic test for a wide variety of congenital abnormalities, is now one of the most frequently misordered cytogenetic tests at MML. This "Specialty Testing" webinar will outline the differences in technologies and the appropriate use of each test.

By Mayo Clinic Laboratories • February 24, 2017

This "Pediatric Phlebotomy" presentation addresses the increase in the number of tests available using a blood spot specimen and concerns about bruising, a team was created to investigate causes of bruising and select the best method for collecting blood from infants.

By MCL Education • February 15, 2017

In this “Hot Topic,” William Nichols, M.D., presents a case study that demonstrates how pre- and postanalytic variables of the patient and blood samples can have confounding effects on the laboratory evaluation of coagulation disorders.

By MCL Education • October 17, 2016

The differential diagnosis for inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) includes irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). While the clinical presentation is similar, IBD is an inflammatory disease, while IBS is a noninflammatory disease. View this "Hot Topic" to learn about testing for IBD and IBS.

By MCL Education • September 6, 2016