You nominated and our expert judging panels deliberated – and now, we proudly showcase this diversity of talent in The Pathologist’s 2020 Power List.
New media, such as podcasts, let us share pathology’s people, personalities, and stories in new and engaging ways
We celebrate the life and accomplishments of one of the modern day’s greatest pathologists
We speak with Larry Wang about pediatric pathology, his international experiences, and the value of constantly updating knowledge
Two educators explain how they provide their medical students with the best possible grounding in the discipline
Pathology is hidden in plain sight in medical school – and is necessary for a well-rounded knowledge base
Michael A. Arnold,
Teresa S. Burgin
In the midst of a pandemic, a virtual pathology lecture series stepped up to fill the training gap
Pathology is a social discipline – and with the rise in social media has come a change in the landscape of education, community… and residency matchin
From writing textbooks to becoming President of USCAP, Ricardo V. Lloyd discusses his career in endocrine pathology
A series of tutorials for gross examination
E. Blair Holladay
As vaccines and treatments for COVID-19 become increasingly available, we must ask ourselves what’s next for pathology and laboratory medicine
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