Episode 144: Evan Bird - Forensic Anthropology and The Corpse Review
People of Pathology Podcast
by peopleofpathology
1w ago
Today my guest is Forensic Anthropologist Evan Bird What we discuss with Evan: How he got interested in forensic anthropology and how educational path The importance of networking in the forensic field His experience in teaching and how that helps him in other areas How he became a consultant with federal agencies His experience during the COVID pandemic and how mass fatality procedures were changed because of it How and why he started his Instagram page, The Corpse Review How he uses The Corpse Review to help people learn about forensics  Links for this episode: Health Podcas ..read more
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Episode 143: Dr Jeannie Shen - Breast Cancer Treatment Advancements, and A Surgeon’s Perspective of Pathology
People of Pathology Podcast
by peopleofpathology
1w ago
Today my guest is Oncologic Breast Surgeon Dr Jeannie Shen What we discuss with Dr Shen: How she was inspired to become a doctor and her path into surgery Why she chose to specialize in breast cancer surgery How surgeons help to drive technology and advancements Advancements in breast cancer screening and its effect on surgery options How the COVID pandemic affected breast cancer screening Her relationship with pathology and why this is important Advancements in breast cancer treatment and what might be coming in the future Links for this episode: Health Podcast Network  LabVine Le ..read more
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Episode 142: Tom McAndrew - Cold Cases and Investigative Genetic Genealogy
People of Pathology Podcast
by peopleofpathology
3w ago
Today my guest is Retired Homicide Detective Tom McAndrew What we discuss with Tom: How and why he got into law enforcement Pursuing his education while working in law enforcement His involvement in the Pennsylvania State Police Criminal Investigation Assessment Unit Investigative Genetic Genealogy and how it is used in cold cases The initiative he started in Pennsylvania to locate and identify unidentified decedents How he got involved with the Vidocq Society Some examples of cold cases that he helped to solve His thoughts on the most important advancements in forensic investigations th ..read more
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Episode 141: Dr Eylül Gün - Pathology In Turkey, PathArt, And EndoNews
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by peopleofpathology
1M ago
Today my guest is Pathologist Dr Eylül Gün What we discuss with Dr Gün: Her experience as an exchange student in the US and her favorite American sports How she decided on a career in pathology Her interests in gynecologic, urologic, and forensic pathology Her involvement with the Social Media Commission and the Path Art contest How she became interested in teaching, and using Twitter as a teaching method The Endometriosis Foundation of America and EndoNews The importance of international collaboration Links for this episode: Health Podcast Network  LabVine Learning The ConfLab fro ..read more
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Episode 140: Dr Greg Fuller - Diagnostic Medicine and Oncologic Neuropathology
People of Pathology Podcast
by peopleofpathology
1M ago
Today my guest is Pathologist Dr Greg Fuller What we discuss with Dr Fuller: How he became interested in neuropathology How studying English has an influence on his work now His early mentors and how they helped steer his career The concept of Diagnostic Medicine and why it is important The 8 Data Sphere Model and how it is used to make a diagnosis How the methods of Sherlock Holmes are similar to Diagnostic Medicine Some of the highlights of Dr Fuller's career Links for this episode: Health Podcast Network  LabVine Learning The ConfLab from LabVine Dress A Med scrubs   Dr Gre ..read more
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Episode 139: Dr Barbarajean Magnani - A Message in Poison, and The Poison Blog
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by peopleofpathology
2M ago
Today my guest is Pathologist, Toxicologist, and Author Dr Barbarajean Magnani What we discuss with Dr Magnani: When she started working on A Message in Poison after finishing the previous book Why she included a new character in this book, a forensic pathologist The further development of the relationship between Dr Robinson and Rose, who is now a medical student The Trolley Problem, and how Lily Robinson embodies that How she has changed as a writer over the course of the series, and if the series will continue The Poison Blog, and why she started it Where the inspiration for some of t ..read more
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Episode 138: Dr Sophia K Apple - Who Says You Have Breast Cancer: The Unseen Doctors
People of Pathology Podcast
by peopleofpathology
2M ago
Today my guest is Pathologist and Author Dr Sophia K Apple. What we discuss with Dr Apple: How she became interested in writing Her first two novels, and why she decided to write a nonfiction book Her path to medical school and pathology, and why she chose breast pathology What "the Unseen Doctors" means to her Why communication between pathologists and other doctors is so important Why she wanted to help educate patients with this book How she got into teaching, and why it is rewarding for her Links for this episode: Health Podcast Network  LabVine Learning The ConfLab from LabVin ..read more
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Episode 137: Dr Aleš Ryška - The Role of Pathology in Molecular Testing, and The European Society of Pathology
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by peopleofpathology
2M ago
Today my guest is Pathologist Dr Aleš Ryška What we discuss with Dr Ryška: Why he decided to go to medical school and how he discovered pathology His thoughts on why students are not choosing medicine as a career, and what to do about that How he got involved in the Czech Society of Pathology and the European Society of Pathology his role as current President of the ESP The recent European Congress of Pathology and why it was a hybrid format for the first time The state of molecular pathology in Europe Multidisciplinary Molecular Tumor Boards, and the role the Pathologist should have in ..read more
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Episode 135: Dr Ken Bloom - Transforming Pathology Through Technology, Spatial Biology, And Nucleai
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by peopleofpathology
3M ago
Today my guest is Pathologist Dr Ken Bloom  What we discuss with Dr Bloom: His path from medical school to pathology Designing and implementing the first telepathology system His work in computer vision that led to working at Chromavision Developing an immunofluorescence system with Clarient His work at Human Longevity Spatial biology and how it can be applied to pathology How Nucleai is using spatial biology to transform pathology and precision medicine His thoughts on the future of pathology in the digital era Links for this episode: Health Podcast Network  LabVine Learning The C ..read more
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Episode 132: Dr Abdul Abid - How To Advocate For Pathology, And The Follow Your Path Podcast
People of Pathology Podcast
by peopleofpathology
3M ago
Today my guest is Pathology Fellow Dr Abdul Abid What we discuss with Dr Abid: His path to medical school in Pakistan, and the specialties that were of interest What an observership is, and what it took to obtain them Why he chose to come to the US for pathology residency How and why he got involved in the Texas Society of Pathologists The CAP Residents Forum and how he became involved The subspecialties of pathology that he finds interesting How he uses Twitter and other formats as teaching tools The Follow Your Path podcast and how this idea developed Links for this episode: Health Po ..read more
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