Welcome to The Pathologist Power List, our annual celebration of the lab, the people in it, and their achievements. Each year we shine a spotlight on some of the most inspiring figures in the field – from influential icons to pathology newcomers. Click below to browse through each year’s Power List, and be sure to come back to stay updated with the latest news and announcements as we continue to recognize the importance of the lab.
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In March/April’s issue of The Pathologist, let out your inner art aficionado with our eighth annual Image Issue – featuring a gallery’s worth of pathological pieces. Browse through everything from abstract canvases dripping with H&E splendor to hand drawn illustrations that show off the sensorial experiences of grossing.
And plenty more: how one pathologist flourished with remote work after allergies in the lab; an interview with Christine Ko on the psychosocial effects for rare skin disease patients; Erica Frew discusses the wins against mpox and the challenges ahead; Nathan Buchbinder explains AI-enabled digital pathology platforms; and Sitting Down With… Ayesha Khan, social justice activist and Clinical Microbiology Fellow, Department of Pathology, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, United States.