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Forensics

Subspecialties Forensics

In Defense of Autopsy

| Alison Krywanczyk, Elaine Amoresano, Leslie Anderson, Rebecca J. Asch-Kendrick, Sarah E. Avedschmidt, Amy H. Deeken, Tracy S. Halvorson, Kailee Imperatore, Nicole R. Jackson, Jamie E. Kallan, Anne M. Laib, Ashley Elizabeth Mathew, Judy Melinek, Catherine Miller, Jaime Oeberst, Deanna A. Oleske, Madeleine Opsahl, Maneesha Pandey, Susan Parson, Karen F. Ross, Yen Van Vo, Lindsey C. Thomas, Lee Marie Tormos

The postmortem examination deserves its honored place in pathology – and medicine as a whole

Subspecialties Forensics

Pathology’s Crown Jewel

| Abdul Majeed Abid

We want to increase recruitment into pathology and laboratory medicine – but not by abandoning autopsy

Outside the Lab Training and education

Autopsy’s Swan Song

| Hugh Wilson

Hugh Wilson asks – do pathology residents need autopsy or is it scaring them away?

Subspecialties Genetics and epigenetics

Bitesized Breakthroughs: Genetics Edition

| Liv Gaskill

We round up the latest news and research in laboratory medicine – with a particular focus on genetics

Subspecialties Forensics

The Working Stiff

| Michael Schubert

We speak to Judy Melinek about forensic pathology, expert witnessing, and the birth of a pathology-themed novel series

Subspecialties Forensics

Do You Know?

| Ivan Damjanov

Delve into the depths – or death – of despair with our new quick quiz

Subspecialties Forensics

An Ode to Autopsy

| Abdul Majeed Abid

Without these vital medical procedures, doctors would still be working in ignorance

Subspecialties Forensics

A Comment on Investigating Death

| Rebecca Johnson

Rebecca Johnson of the American Board of Pathology responds to Michael Multan’s article, “On Investigating Death”

Subspecialties Forensics

On Investigating Death

| Michael Multan

Though autopsies are declining, how do Canadian pathology residents feel about the role of autopsy in their education?

Diagnostics Analytical science

Research Roundup

| Liv Gaskill

What’s new in pathology and laboratory medicine? We bring you a whistle-stop roundup of the latest research


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