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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It’s here! As you may see from the cover, the July/August issue of The Pathologist is our annual Power List. However, 2023’s iteration of our annual celebration is a veritable pathology anthology – a collection of topical, anatomical, and sometimes comical stories from the lab. After hundreds of submissions, our expert judging panel believed these final 25 tales to be symbolic of the amazing work that goes on day in, day out across the field – spanning multiple topics, subspecialties, and continents.
And plenty more: How the colistin in agriculture is fuelling the antibacterial resistance crisis; Aleksandra Zuraw explains how language is the key to collaboration between disciplines in digital pathology; Tim Simpson on the cancer we can eliminate; an interview with the author of Pathogenesis, exploring his theory of history shaped by germs; Jane Gibson explores precision medicine and the modern pathologist; Randy E. David shares the importance of simulated patients; a horse vs car analogy about digital pathology adoption, and AI-fueled pathology; discussing the Acute Care Genomics project, investigations into individual bat viromes; and Sitting Down With… Alan Wu, author and Professor of Laboratory Medicine, University of California, San Francisco, USA.