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Meet our featured StageBio pathologist, Dr. Olivia Patania!

Meet our featured StageBio pathologist, Dr. Olivia Patania, DVM, PhD, DACVP!

Histopathological Evaluation of Orthopedic Medical Devices - Part 1

Histopathological Evaluation of Orthopedic Medical Devices: Definitions and Types of Orthopedic Materials Orthopedic biomaterials materials play an essential role in the fixation of fractures. The materials are continuously evolving with new ones coming into the market regularly. All Orthopedic surgeons require a broad range of knowledge of these materials to stay abreast of this dynamic field.

StageBio's New Senior Director of Pathology Services

We're pleased to introduce our new Senior Director of Pathology Services - Dr. Katherine Knostman!

Why You Should Outsource Your Pathology Reports

Facing audits is a way of life for those of you managing a laboratory.

Getting Published - How Important is a Peer Review?

If you're new to your scientific industry, it's time to learn an important part of what helps you gain more sponsors based on your research clout.

Come Visit Us at STP 2017

The Society of Toxicologic Pathology (STP) is hosting their 36th annual Symposium in Montréal, Québec.

The Importance of Preclinical Research Under the FDA Animal Rule

When the FDA Animal Rule, or Animal Efficacy Rule, became law in 2002, it created a pathway for assessing the safety and efficacy of drugs and biological products for “serious or life-threatening conditions caused by exposure to lethal or permanently disabling substances” when human clinical trials are not ethical or feasible.

The Smarts on Brain Samples for Nonclinical Studies

Your lab is preparing to run a general toxicity study. You review the Good Laboratory Practices (GLPs) for the optimal tissue list. Brain is just one of the many required tissues, so what’s the big deal? Those histopathology folks will know what to do with it, right?

Why Use a CRO for Pre-Clinical Necropsy

Pre-clinical Necropsy defines one of the processes researchers use to develop drugs for humans. It is a step taken using animals to study the tissue response to a developed drug.

GLP & Non-GLP: What's the Difference?

Good Laboratory Practices (GLP) refers to a system where non-clinical health and safety studies are carried out, planned, monitored, recorded, archived and reported.

Upcoming Events


Running Successful Neuropathology Studies: Sampling and Preparing Nervous System Tissues for Microscopic Evaluation

Date: Friday, June 7
Time: 10am EST

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