Rondell Graham, M.B.B.S., an anatomic and molecular consultant at Mayo Clinic, co-led a molecular oncology tumor board session at CAP19, and subsequently spoke with CAP Today.
Elitza Theel, Ph.D., Director of the Infectious Diseases Serology Laboratory, Co-Director of the Vector-Borne Diseases Laboratory, and Associate Professor of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology, was recently interviewed by CAP Today about new Lyme disease testing.
Mayo Clinic pathologists, researchers, and a wide spectrum of allied health staff will be in Los Angeles, California, for the 109th United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology Meeting (USCAP). Visit us at booth #716 on March 2 - 4, 2020 to discuss how our testing can integrate with your practice.
Bobbi Pritt, M.D., was recently featured in Rochester Magazine on how her work impacts patients around the world.
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.
Jane Hermansen, Manager, Outreach and Network Development, is featured on the cover of October’s MedicalLab Management where she takes a good look at lessons to be learned from Theranos.
The purpose of the panel was to provide insight into how some health care systems are paving the way for value-based care.
Matthew Binnicker, Ph.D., Director of the Clinical Virology Laboratory in the Division of Clinical Microbiology at Mayo Clinic, recently spoke with Consultant360 regarding testing for viral gastroenteritis.
Elitza Theel, Ph.D., Director of the Infectious Diseases Serology Laboratory, discusses eastern equine encephalitis virus, which is spread via mosquito bite.
Mayo Clinic Laboratories is thrilled to introduce “Lab Medicine Rounds.” This curated podcast for physicians, laboratory professionals, and students features trending topics from Mayo Clinic Laboratories subject-matter experts.
Dr. Pandey is a nuclear radiology researcher working with a team to develop a new radioactive tracer to detect prostate cancer.
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.
Mayo Clinic startup company Vineti developed first-of-its-kind software package tracking for cell therapies. Vineti’s groundbreaking product captured a World Economic Forum Technology Pioneer Award in the field of health.