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Episode 112: Dr Daniel Kurtycz, Dr Julie Lemmon, Dr Santo Nicosia – The History of Pathology Society

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Episode 112: Dr Daniel Kurtycz, Dr Julie Lemmon, Dr Santo Nicosia – The History of Pathology Society

Today my guests are Pathologists Dr Daniel Kurtycz, Dr Julie Lemmon, and Dr Santo Nicosia from the History of Pathology Society  What we discuss with Dr Kurtycz, Dr Lemmon, and…
May 16, 2022

Episode 112: Dr Daniel Kurtycz, Dr Julie Lemmon, Dr Santo Nicosia – The History of Pathology Society

Today my guests are Pathologists Dr Daniel Kurtycz, Dr Julie Lemmon, and Dr Santo Nicosia from the History of Pathology Society 

What we discuss with Dr Kurtycz, Dr Lemmon, and Dr Nicosia:

  • How they became interested in pathology
  • How they became interested in medical history and pathology history
  • How the History of Pathology Society was started
  • Some of the history of USCAP and the Companion meeting with the History of Pathology Society
  • Pathology specimen collections and why it is important to preserve them
  • How the COVID pandemic will be important in the history of pathology

Links for this episode:

Health Podcast Network

 LabVine Learning

The ConfLab from LabVine

Dress A Med scrubs

 

History of Pathology Society

History of Pathology Society on Twitter

Dr Daniel Kurtycz on Twitter

Dr Julie Lemmon on Twitter

Dr Santo Nicosia on Twitter

United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology

Doctors: The History of Scientific Medicine Revealed Through Biography

The Seats and Causes of Diseases Investigated by Anatomy

Guiding the Surgeon’s Hand

The evolution of anatomical illustration and wax modelling in Italy from the 16th to early 19th centuries

The Great Influenza: The Story of the Deadliest Pandemic in History

Spillover: Animal Infections and the Next Human Pandemic

 

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