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Episode 77: Kimberly Fiock – The PathPhD, Neuropathology, and Tau Protein

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Episode 77: Kimberly Fiock – The PathPhD, Neuropathology, and Tau Protein

Today my guest is Pathology PhD Candidate Kimberly Fiock What we discuss with Kimberly: The differences between a Pathology PhD and a Pathologist How a neuropathology internship led to her interest…
September 13, 2021

Episode 77: Kimberly Fiock – The PathPhD, Neuropathology, and Tau Protein

Today my guest is Pathology PhD Candidate Kimberly Fiock

What we discuss with Kimberly:

  • The differences between a Pathology PhD and a Pathologist
  • How a neuropathology internship led to her interest in pathology
  • Her research in tau protein as part of her Masters degree work
  • The Iowa Neurobank Core and her role there
  • Some of her creative and volunteering activities
  • Her Instagram page and how she uses it to educate others about pathology
  • Why it is important to acknowledge burnout and some things we can do about it

Links for this episode:

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Kimberly Fiock:

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Iowa Neurobank Core

Increased Tau Expression Correlates with Neuronal Maturation in the Developing Cerebral Cortex

 

People of Pathology Podcast:

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