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Zacher now works to assist staff who have transitioned to working from home as they learn new technology.

By Tracy Will • September 18, 2020

As an anatomical and clinical pathology resident, Dr Boire was part of a team of Mayo pathologists who performed some of the early autopsies on COVID-19 patients.

By Tracy Will • September 17, 2020

When COVID-19 spread across the U.S. in early March, Mayo Clinic’s Advanced Diagnostic Laboratory urgently responded by transitioning lab spaces, reassigning staff, and fast-tracking funding approvals.

By Mayo Clinic Center for Individualized Medicine • September 10, 2020

Dr. Theel, director, Mayo Clinic Infectious Diseases Serology Laboratory, was recently highlighted in the Star Tribune's special issue featuring heroes of the pandemic.

By Suzanne Ferguson • September 4, 2020

Dr. Morice was recently featured in The Athletic regarding sports teams and how to safely and efficiently bring them back.

By Suzanne Ferguson • August 6, 2020

Dr. Morice, chair of Mayo Clinic’s Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology and president of Mayo Clinic Laboratories, discusses the latest COVID-19 testing and the upcoming sports season.

By Suzanne Ferguson • July 16, 2020

Interested in understanding laboratory finance and how to make every dollar work for you? Jane Hermansen, Manager of Outreach and Network Development at Mayo Clinic Laboratories, provides insight on how to define revenue streams, clearly identify costs, demonstrate ROI, and expand laboratory value.

By Mayo Clinic Laboratories • June 22, 2020

As we enter a second week of protest and unrest throughout the nation sparked by the deaths of George Floyd and Ahmaud Arbery, we want to recognize the heartache and pain felt because of these events. Added to the uncertainty with navigating COVID-19, these troubling incidents have understandably invoked feelings of anger, frustration, sadness, and fear.

By Mayo Clinic Laboratories • June 4, 2020

Mayo Clinic researchers are seeking a regenerative therapy for a vexing problem, particularly among cancer patients. How can medical providers treat a condition in which the mouth is so parched that it has an incessant feeling of a cotton lining?

By Mayo Clinic Laboratories • May 28, 2020

As Amy Ennis put her daughter down for a nap on a Saturday afternoon, she received a call from work. More than 5,000 specimens would soon be arriving at Rochester International Airport (RST) for plasma testing. The logistics involved in the rapid acquisition and processing of a batch of specimens this large is staggering. As a Lab Tech Resource Coordinator for Mayo Clinic Laboratories, Amy realized that this would not be an ordinary weekend.

By Mayo Clinic Laboratories • May 22, 2020

Hearts and Hogs for Heroes worked with other businesses to donate over 400 meals to staff within the division of clinical microbiology at the Hilton Building and Superior Drive Support Center.

By Mayo Clinic Laboratories • May 21, 2020

We want to express our gratitude for what laboratory professionals do each and every day. As we celebrate Lab Week this year, we recognize more than ever that the laboratory is the backbone of the hospital. Together we will continue to make meeting the needs of our patients the top priority.

By Mayo Clinic Laboratories • April 21, 2020

Matthew Binnicker, Ph.D., Director of Clinical Virology at Mayo Clinic, was recently featured in an interview with Fox News on the COVID-19 infection.

By Barbara J. Toman • March 12, 2020