"It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see."- Henry David Thoreau
Advance Histopathology Laboratory Corona Virus Statement
Advance Histopathology Laboratory Ltd
We advise on advanced techniques including Molecular/Immunohistochemical diagnostics, guide doctors and patients requiring a specialist Second Opinion on their pathology diagnosis & provide comprehensive Experimental & Translational Histopathology for Research groups.
If you are exasperated “chasing” pathology reports, wish for a more personalised service or value direct advice from a Histopathologist, we will deliver a solution.
We also have great experience in providing research histopathology support.
We are able to draw on the academic experience of the team for research leaders in some of the foremost internationally recognised research institutions.
These include Imperial College, UCL, the Crick Institute and the Sanger Institute.
We also welcome enquiries from doctors and patients who wish to obtain an expert 2nd opinion on the diagnosis and we are happy to advise on the process necessary.
If you are exasperated by delays, restrictions on accessing histopathology and immunohistochemical services and inability to contact expert histopathologists for advice directly, you may wish to try us.
AHLab is a UKAS ISO15189 accreditation-recommended Lab analysing all types of tissue biopsies and surgical resections and coordination of any additional tests in complex cases. We are highly competitive on price and provide a “next day” service. Our team of Histopathologists headed by Prof Gordon Stamp have comprehensive specialist diagnostic histopathology experience and hold appointments in the premier academic health centres.
We welcome enquiries from patients and their doctors who wish to obtain specialist expert 2nd opinions on their diagnosis and advise on the process necessary.
Our mission is to achieve diagnostic excellence and provide reassurance to patients and their doctors that every avenue towards a correct diagnosis and treatment has been pursued.
We have a track record of working with world leading teams in Imperial College, UCL, the Crick and the Sanger Institutes, providing Histopathology support for translational and laboratory experimental research projects.
Illustrations from many of which can be demonstrated in leading publications such as Cell, Nature Reviews and New England Journal of Medicine.