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Episode 104: Dr Jennifer Sanders – Pathobiology, ASIP, and Women In Pathology

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Episode 104: Dr Jennifer Sanders – Pathobiology, ASIP, and Women In Pathology

Today my guest is Dr Jennifer Sanders What we discuss with Dr Sanders: How she decided to study cell biology, molecular biology, and biochemistry Her post doctoral fellowship in gastroenterology How…
March 21, 2022

Episode 104: Dr Jennifer Sanders – Pathobiology, ASIP, and Women In Pathology

Today my guest is Dr Jennifer Sanders

What we discuss with Dr Sanders:

  • How she decided to study cell biology, molecular biology, and biochemistry
  • Her post doctoral fellowship in gastroenterology
  • How she developed her skills in teaching
  • How she became co-director of the pathobiology graduate program
  • Pathobiology and how it differs from pathology
  • Her research in liver transplantation and regeneration
  • Her involvement in the American Society for Investigative Pathology
  • Women In Pathology and her role in this organization
  • The importance of mentorship

Links for this episode:

Health Podcast Network

 LabVine Learning

The ConfLab from LabVine

Dress A Med scrubs

 

Dr Jennifer Sanders on Twitter

American Society for Investigative Pathology

Women In Pathology

Pathobiology Graduate Program at Brown University

Dr Sanders Publications

 

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