Dr. David Roth, Acting Director of Penn's Center for Personalized Diagnostics, explains how genetic screening can help cancer patients and their doctors better understand how their individual cancer functions, and then find the best treatment options available.
Dr. David Roth discusses a few ways in which genetic information is being sequenced and translated in cancer care; as well as more effective pathways.
Overview of some of the services provided by the Penn Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, including personalized diagnostics, subspecialty second-opinion services, and global anatomic
PCI brings fundamental discoveries out of the lab and into the marketplace. A range of Department members are part of this new tech transfer initiative.
Scanning electron microscopy (SEM) "nanoflight" video of personalized cellular therapy T cells.
One of Penn Medicine's 10 most popular YouTube videos, "Follow the Specimen" takes a look at the many facets that make up the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine.
Genetic testing through Penn’s Center for Personalized Diagnostics can find new and individualized options for treating lung cancer.