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The exchange of knowledge is a founding principle of Mayo Clinic. We provide a wide range of in-person, live online, and on-demand education opportunities. Our physicians and allied health staff are committed to sharing their knowledge with as many people as possible. Many of our offerings are accredited, and most are available without any additional fees.
This “Continual Improvement” webinar will provide a methodology for laboratory leadership to review their test menu for assays that most impact the financial health of their laboratory.
In this month's "Hot Topic," Megan Hoenig, M.S., M.P.H., CGC, a licensed and certified genetic counselor with the Division of Laboratory Genetics and Genomics at Mayo Clinic Laboratories, describes the principles and benefits of Familial Variant Targeted Testing (FMTT).
In this episode of “Lab Medicine Rounds,” host Justin Kreuter, M.D., speaks with Alex Klobassa, assistant supervisor for transfusion medicine in the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology at Mayo Clinic to discuss nurturing our laboratories.
Identification of early-onset IBD patients may enable tailored treatment and surveillance plans. With over 50 genes implicated in early-onset IBD, genetic testing should be included in the workup of children under the age of six with IBD. Join Mayo Clinic, in this “Specialty Testing” webinar, for a discussion of this testing and its clinical application.
In this episode of “Lab Medicine Rounds,” host Justin Kreuter, M.D., speaks with Jansen Seheult, M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O., M.D., assistant professor of laboratory medicine and pathology in the division of hematopathology to discuss pre-analytical variables for coagulation testing.
PACE / State of CA / State of FLPresentation Recording Coming SoonThis "Phlebotomy Webinar" will review proper blood culture collection techniques and demonstrate how specimen quality can impact patient care.
This "Pathways" program provides Anatomic and Clinical Pathology cases that include a history, potential answers, rationale, and relevant references. Cases for November include the following sub-specialties: Cardiovascular Pathology, Gastroenterology Pathology, Gynecological Pathology, Laboratory Genetics and Genomics, and Clinical Informatics.
In this month's "Hot Topic," Patricia Greipp, D.O., discusses fluorescence in situ hybridization, or FISH testing, particularly related to pediatric patients with hematologic malignancies.
PACE / State of CA / State of FLThis “Continual Improvement” webinar provides an overview of the event management process deployed by the Mayo Clinic Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology.
PACE / State of CA / State of FLIn this month’s “Virtual Lecture,” David Murray, M.D., Ph.D., discusses how immunoglobin light chains are used to detect overexpressed immunoglobins which can be applied to distinguish patients with plasma cell disorders and more.
In this month’s “Hot Topic,” Anne Tebo, Ph.D., discusses recent updates in the testing for anti-SS-A/Ro antibodies in systemic autoimmune rheumatic diseases.
This "Pathways" program provides Anatomic and Clinical Pathology cases that include a history, potential answers, rationale, and relevant references. Cases for October include the following sub-specialties Breast Pathology, Gynecological Pathology, Surgical Pathology, Pulmonary Pathology, Clinical Microbiology and Coagulation.