Do you know your way around the lab – and what your colleagues do day in and day out? Join us on The Pathology Grand Tour to discover new lab landscapes!
Episode 12: Cytopathology
Cytopathologist Eva Wojcik and GI/Liver Pathology Fellow Dana Razzano talk to us about their day-to-day work in the lab and reflect on their journey into cytopathology. They also discuss the impact that COVID-19 has had on the profession and share the skills they feel make a good cytopathologist.
Episode 11: Molecular Pathology
Molecular pathologists Ann Moyer and Manuel Salto-Tellez share insight into what their day-to-day lives in the lab look like and how molecular pathology is situated within the clinical care team. They also discuss why their field is so important and share advice for those considering a career in molecular pathology.
Episode 10: Hematopathology
Hematopathologists Akanksha Gupta and Rashmi Kanagal-Shamanna introduce us to the science of blood, their work as hematopathologists, and what makes their discipline so unique – and so intriguing.
Episode 9: Clinical Chemistry and Biomedical Science
Clinical Chemistry and Biomedical Science
We speak to clinical chemist Leanne O’Connor and consultant clinical scientist Gareth McKeeman about the role of chemistry in the laboratory and what it’s like to be on the chemical side of pathology and laboratory medicine.
Episode 8: Pediatric and Perinatal Pathology
Pediatric and Perinatal Pathology
Pediatric pathologists Oscar Lopez-Nuñez and Miguel Reyes-Mugica share a day in their lives with us and what led them to the field. They also discuss how pediatric pathology differs from other laboratory subspecialties and how parenthood has made them better pathologists.
Episode 7: Histopathology II
Histopathology, Part 2
Renal pathologist Mei Lin Bissonnette and oral and maxillofacial pathologist Hayley Pincott introduce us to their unique disciplines, how they fit into the wider picture of pathology, and how their field has changed – and will continue to change.