This week’s research roundup features: The temporal onset of the core features in dementia with Lewy bodies.
Topic's Include: COVID-19 questions about natural immunity, boosters, breakthrough cases and the holidays, Mayo Clinic Minute: Fighting influenza, and navigating the holidays safely.
Starting mid-November, you will notice enhancements to MayoClinicLabs.com. We are building a better website for you, our clients, to ensure the best experience possible. We’re moving toward a simpler, more intuitive and customized experience, making it easier to do business with us.
Through her work behind the scenes in Mayo Clinic BioPharma Diagnostics, Dawn Stacy is dedicated to helping advance new therapies and diagnostics for patients through clinical trials and other innovative projects.
This week’s research roundup features: Discovery of autoantibodies targeting nephrin in minimal change disease supports a novel autoimmune etiology.
Topic's Include: U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services visits Mayo Clinic to emphasize the importance of pediatric COVID-19 vaccinations, safety and side effects of COVID-19 vaccinations for kids, and Mayo Clinic Q and A: COVID-19 vaccines and boosters.
The last installment of our 50th Anniversary series explores how Mayo Clinic Laboratories pioneered best practices in the area of specimen accessioning and delivery.
As chair of Mayo Clinic’s new Division of Computational Pathology and AI in the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology, Jason Hipp, M.D., Ph.D., is eager to employ the most innovative tools available to benefit patients around the globe.
This week’s research roundup features: The SGLT2 inhibitor dapagliflozin in heart failure with preserved ejection fraction: a multicenter randomized trial.
Topic's Include: Vaccinations for kids 5-11 begin at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Mayo Clinic Q&A podcast: Building a wall of immunity against COVID-19, and tips to help make getting a COVID-19 vaccine less scary for kids.
Firas Abdul-Hadi, international regional manager for the Middle East and North Africa region, connects health care providers with Mayo Clinic Laboratories, so their patients can benefit from the most advanced, highest quality laboratory testing in the world.
This week’s research roundup features: Phase II randomized trial of transoral surgery and low-dose intensity Modulated radiation therapy in resectable p16+ locally advanced oropharynx cancer: An ECOG-ACRIN cancer research group trial (E3311).
Advanced testing at Mayo Clinic Laboratories that confirmed a diagnosis of myasthenia gravis put Lorinda McKinley on the road to renewed health after she nearly lost it all to the rare autoimmune disease.