You nominated and our expert judging panels deliberated – and now, we proudly showcase this diversity of talent in The Pathologist’s 2020 Power List.
Rebecca Johnson of the American Board of Pathology responds to Michael Multan’s article, “On Investigating Death”
Though autopsies are declining, how do Canadian pathology residents feel about the role of autopsy in their education?
What’s new in pathology and laboratory medicine? We bring you a whistle-stop roundup of the latest research
Kimberly M. Johnson
To pathology residents, autopsies may just be another part of their training – but for others, they hold tremendous value
We sit down with Dame Sue Black to discuss her inspiring career in forensic anthropology
Discover the appearance of a dinosaur malignancy! Researchers have found the first-ever osteosarcoma in a Centrosaurus apertus
Bone proteomics could help investigators get to the bottom of drowning deaths
Combining molecular analysis with artificial intelligence can help forensic scientists elicit more information from maggots
Canada’s first human decomposition facility is set to open this year, shedding light on natural decay in cooler environments
As the first to discover chronic traumatic encephalopathy, Bennet Omalu reflects on his career in forensic pathology and how he coped with criticism
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