A Wide Variety of Lab Blogs


Like any area of Medicine, one can glean a lot of information about that particular field by going through web diaries, or “blogs” written by insiders of that particular field. Frequently entertaining, the lab blogs may also be informative, and funny.  Some are anonymous, and, for obvious reasons, they seem to be the most honest, and direct, as well as funny.

Labsurfer Blog
A Networking Blog from Lab Workers from all over the world.  Free!!

Digital Pathology Blog

From the Mayo Clinic featureing “Case of the Week”.  Stays on top of new developments in the Internet Medicine Pathology field.

The 1x Objective

Blog of surgical path resident,  Karl Robstad, MD.
Follow his blog to trace his career.  Represents the new age of Internet Pathology.

ClinLab Navigator Blog

Fred V. Plapp, MD PHDInvites sharing of lab experiences, and wants to have an online community.

Sumer’s Radiology Site
India Blogger,

Sumer Sethi an original award-winning blogger likes to speak with pathologists about cases.

Geek in the Lab
An IT healthcare specialist writes about information technology as it relates to healthcare. Easy to understand.

The Daily Scan
Written by the CEO of  Aperio Technologies, a company that makes ePathology, a system for path labs also teaches basic digital skills.

Lab Soft News Blog

Lab Soft News
Bruce Friedman, MD  has formed an extensive lab blogging network

Lean Blog

Blog of “Lean Hospitals” , a school of thought about the Healthcare system.

Medical Laboratory Quality Blog

Medical Laboratory Quality Blog

Medical Microbiologist in Canada concerned with quality control.





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