You nominated and our expert judging panels deliberated – and now, we proudly showcase this diversity of talent in The Pathologist’s 2020 Power List.
Two years after our original article, we ask our panel of women experts in pathology to evaluate how far we’ve come – and how far we still have to go
A new remote module is providing students with hands-on lab experience – from the comfort of their own homes
There are many misconceptions about pathology and lab medicine – what can we do to combat them?
Join us for a roundtable on education and training in the laboratory – how it’s changing, what comes next, and how to help learners succeed
Sanam Loghavi shares the reasons why she loves being a pathologist
Timothy Craig Allen
Timothy Craig Allen and colleagues highlight the lab’s importance in providing appropriate health care for transgender patients
The world has shifted on its foundations – and it’s time that people recognized the laboratory’s role in keeping it turning
Carol Robinson, first female chemistry professor at Oxford and Cambridge, shares her views on gender equality in science
Kirill A. Lyapichev,
L. Jeffrey Medeiros,
Joseph D. Khoury
How MD Anderson Cancer Center brought hematopathology education online – and delivered it to participants around the world
Integrating medical students into surrounding underserved communities may be the key to improving access to healthcare
How a summer research program for high school students opened them up to a brand-new world of science, medicine, and more
A journey across the Great Divides to reach the laboratory
Brian Cox shares his journey toward rediscovering wellness in a pandemic – and the lessons it has taught him for life
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