Building on a great first year: the future is bright at Unilabs TMC

It’s now been almost a year since Unilabs TMC got together to build the first truly integrated diagnostic company, combining radiology, pathology and (in future) genomic solutions – and what a year it’s been. As we come together as a business, we know we face new challenges and great opportunities. Our core business (and the […]

Injecting innovation into everyday technology

Much is being said these days about the potential impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on our profession. This is supposed to be one of those transformational technologies that will forever change the way we work, hitting radiology with all the force of the printing press bursting in on the 15th century publishing world. Indeed, there […]

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Improving patient care: the TMC Way

Since becoming a part of the Unilabs family last year, we know we have a unique opportunity to improve the lives of millions of patients across Europe through our combined expertise and skill-sets. As with any business, it is vital that we continue to attract the best talent available to deliver the highest quality of […]

Stanford Centre points to the future of integrated diagnostics

How far should the integration of medical disciplines go? While there is a growing view that radiology would benefit from closer ties to pathology and even genomics, a new unit at the Stanford School of Medicine, in the US, is taking things much further. The Precision Health and Integrated Diagnostics Center at Stanford, which opened […]

Census highlights UK dependency on European experts

With less than six months to go before the UK is set to leave the European Union, the latest Royal College of Radiologists (RCR) census, published in September, illustrates the extent to which British hospitals are reliant on European radiology talent. The report shows that in 2017 about one in 10 UK radiologists came from […]

Radiology lives: cheesy fMRI study bags an Ig Nobel

Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) is rightly celebrated as being an important tool in medical diagnostics. In September, though, the technology also gained the dubious honour of gaining an Ig Nobel prize, a parody of the Nobel Prize which is awarded every autumn to celebrate unusual or trivial achievements in scientific research. Specifically, the scientific […]