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Eduardo Alcaraz Mateos

The Power List 2016

Eduardo Alcaraz Mateos

Eduardo’s name is well-known on Twitter for his educational contributions, but he’s equally active offline. One nominator recognized him for his “leadership within the Spanish Society of Pathology-IAP on pathology communication and social networks,” and another cited his participation as the USCAP Ambassador for Spain.
A pathologist with interests in cytology and dermatopathology, Eduardo can be found at the Hospital General Universitario Morales Meseguer in Murcia, Spain. There, he contributes not only to patient care, but also as an active proponent of better medical education – including the use of new technologies like digital pathology and simulations. “We have to transmit our passion for pathology to students,” he says of his motivation to teach. “You can never stop studying and learning, because this is the only way to teach and provide accurate diagnostics.”

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