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Phillip McKee - Thepathologist.com
Philip is a retired dermatopathologist with an interest in melanoma. He has authored many textbooks on the pathology of skin disease and is described by nominators as “a hero in his field.”
Posted: Sunday Aug 9, 2020
Compatible Careers: A Laboratorian’s Journey
Posted: (13 days ago) The more I learned, the more professions in the allied health category came out from behind the scenes. There was a donor center attached to my blood bank at the time, so I met various specialists – respiratory therapists, occupational therapists, and more – each teaching me that the “physician” was part of a large array of devoted clinicians who all held crucial roles in patient care.
The Veterinary Pathologist
Posted: (8 days ago) Pathology also serves as an important link between the basic and clinical sciences. For me, the best part of my job is knowing how integral it is to patient care and how my daily work interfaces with that of fellow vets and professionals in other disciplines. Veterinary medicine is truly a team sport and, in diagnostic pathology practice, I get ...
So You Want to Be a Pathologist…
Posted: (4 days ago) It’s also past time for medical schools and computer science institutions to move much closer to one another, so that we can help to shape the evolution of medical data and technology. We need to start a robust, ongoing discourse on the impact of new technologies and their applications on the future pathologist workforce.
The Pharmaceutical Pathologist
Posted: (4 days ago) Big pharma may not seem like a natural home for the anatomic pathologist; historically, our function has been to diagnose disease through examining human or animal tissues, but our expertise in the mechanisms of cellular and tissue response to injury means we’re well placed to play an important role in delivering drugs to the clinic.
Bridging the Gap
Posted: (3 days ago) It’s our job to nurture that confidence. After all, the laboratory is an interprofessional environment, and we must all work together as peers to ensure the best possible patient care. Every laboratory’s goal should be an environment that fosters community and respect.
Missing: One Human Decomposition Facility
Posted: (1 months ago) But despite the many points in its favor, there are still only a few facilities for the study of human decomposition worldwide. Notably, the United Kingdom lacks one – but that’s a fact members of the Human Taphonomy Facility for UK Forensic Science (HTF4UK) project hope to change. We spoke to Anna Williams, who runs HTF4UK, to learn more.
The Promise Of Computational Pathology: Part 1
Posted: (8 days ago) Nasir Rajpoot is Professor in Computer Science at the University of Warwick. He also holds an Honorary Scientist position at the Department of Pathology, University Hospitals Coventry & Warwickshire NHS Trust. ... and bringing it into the clinical environment is the job of industry; we must prove the benefits.
Pathology: A Clinical Specialty
Posted: (1 months ago) The students leave with the understanding that, even if they choose not to become pathologists, their future careers are intimately related to the information coming from the lab. Their granular understanding of how things function “in the basement” remains essential for our mutual provision of the best and most cost-effective patient care.