From its first issue on April 21, 1926 to present, Mayo Clinic Proceedings has published many landmark articles which document contributions to medicine by Mayo Clinic staff members as well as external colleagues.
In the March issue of Science, Mayo Clinic’s Fergus Couch, Ph.D., was recognized for his participation in the article, “Two Decades After BRCA: Setting Paradigms in Personalized Cancer Care and Prevention.”
The February issue of Transfusion Journal, features James Stubbs’, M.D., Chair of the Mayo Clinic Division of Transfusion Medicine, article, “Wrapping our arms around the cost of transfusion therapy.”
Mayo Clinic representatives discuss mass spectrometry measurements of prostate-specific antigen in a recent issue of American Society for Clinical Pathology.
In the February issue of CAP TODAY, Mayo Clinic’s Curtis Hanson, M.D., and James Stubbs, M.D., were interviewed to discuss optimal laboratory utilization.
Renal & Urology News recently reported on the summary of the Human epidermal growth factor receptor 2 (HER2) breast cancer gene from a paper completed by Mayo Clinic’s John Cheville, M.D. and his colleagues.
Piero Rinaldo, M.D., Ph.D., of the Mayo Clinic Biochemical Genetics Laboratory, has been named the 2013 recipient of the prestigious Robert Guthrie Award.
In the January issue of Clinical Lab Products, Robin Patel, M.D., was interviewed to discuss advances in molecular testing at Mayo Clinic.
In the December issue of CAP TODAY, Mayo Clinic’s Nikola Baumann, Ph.D., and Paula Santrach, M.D., were interviewed to discuss laboratory errors and implementing a process to identify and correct these errors.
Twin Cities Business Journal recently sat down with John Noseworthy, M.D., for “The Interview Issue.” From business topics and industry trends to vacation destinations and beverage of choice, Dr. Noseworthy answered a variety of questions.
KSTP News recently profiled how, with the help of Mayo Clinic’s Fertility Testing Laboratory and In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) Laboratory, a Twin Cities couple was able to have a baby—even with significant odds. Watch the video to see their story.