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Episode 74: Dr Sarah Coupland – Ophthalmic Pathology, Molecular Pathology, and Cancer Research

People of Pathology Podcast

Episode 74: Dr Sarah Coupland – Ophthalmic Pathology, Molecular Pathology, and Cancer Research

Today my guest is Pathologist Dr Sarah Coupland What we discuss with Dr Coupland: Her medical training in Australia, and how she relocated to Germany How she discovered pathology, and some…
August 23, 2021

Episode 74: Dr Sarah Coupland – Ophthalmic Pathology, Molecular Pathology, and Cancer Research

Today my guest is Pathologist Dr Sarah Coupland

What we discuss with Dr Coupland:

  • Her medical training in Australia, and how she relocated to Germany
  • How she discovered pathology, and some of her subspecialty interests
  • How she started the Liverpool Ocular Oncology Research Group, and some of her projects there
  • Her work with uveal melanoma and how that led her involvement with the Cancer Genome Atlas
  • Her experience as Director of the Northwest Cancer Research Centre
  • The article “From Pot to Print: Using 3D Scanning and Printing to Bring Back Pathology Specimens,” which she coauthored
  • Her involvement with the
  • The Royal College of Pathologists Book Club
  • The importance of getting students interested in pathology

Links for this episode:

Health Podcast Network

 LabVine Learning

The ConfLab from LabVine

Dress A Med scrubs

 

Dr Coupland on Twitter

Liverpool Ocular Oncology Research Group

From Pot to Print: Using 3D Scanning and Printing to Bring Back Pathology Specimens from The Pathologist

Integrative Analysis Identifies Four Molecular and Clinical Subsets in Uveal Melanoma in Cancer Cell

Tate Museum Liverpool

Royal College of Pathologists Book Club – The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks

Northwest Cancer Research Centre

What Is Uveal Melanoma? on YouTube

 

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