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It gives me great pleasure to say: Hello, North America! We’ve always had a loyal online following, but this month marks the launch of our first monthly print edition in the US and Canada. And I couldn’t be happier. We’ve received a lot of support and positive feedback from our North American colleagues since we launched The Pathologist some years back, and this is our way of continuing to show our commitment to you. “We need you in the States,” I was told by a global thought leader in pathology last year. “You need to read this magazine and you need to get behind it. This is going to help us improve our profession,” announced a Society President to a packed room at a Canadian congress last Summer. Let me pause there and note that I don’t want to come across as arrogant; I can assure you, I’m not. What I am is very proud...

When we launched The Pathologist, I knew there was a risk – we had no idea how pathologists and laboratory specialists would react, because there was nothing else like it out there. We wanted to create a publication that would push boundaries, address controversies that nobody else would, and to “tell it like it is” – all while inspiring our readers to come together to push for a better future for the profession. Not only am I proud of my colleagues’ commitment to this cause, but I’m overwhelmed by the dedication and enthusiasm of our readers to join us in this quest.

We need more of you to share what you love about your job, why others should want to do it too, and to shout about the exciting research you’re involved in and the concerns that you have. You can email any ideas for articles to [email protected] any time; we want you to feel part of The Pathologist community. To that end, I would like to announce another launch: a new section that I really hope you’ll engage with called “Case of the Month.” Every month, we will feature an unusual diagnostic case that has been supplied by a reader. We will then invite you to tell us what you think it is online, and we’ll reveal the answer the following month. I would like to offer my personal thanks to our good friend Ivan Damjanov for inspiring this new and exciting section, and invite you all to get involved and submit any case that demands the attention of the wider community!

Finally, I would like to thank you for working with us to exceed all of the goals that I initially set for The Pathologist. It was created for you and is made possible because of you. Here’s to a 2017 of positive change!

Fedra Pavlou


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About the Author
Fedra Pavlou

After graduating with a pharmacology degree, I began my career in scientific publishing and communications. Now with more than 16 years of experience in this field, my career has seen me heading up editorial and writing teams at Datamonitor, Advanstar and KnowledgePoint360 group. My past experiences have taught me something very important – that you have to enjoy working with, and have respect for your colleagues. It’s this that drew me to Texere where I now work with old colleagues and new. Though we are a hugely diverse team, we share several things in common – a real desire to work hard to succeed, to be the best at what we do, never to settle for second best, and to have fun while we do it. I am now honored to serve as Editor of The Pathologist and Editorial Director of Texere Publishing.

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