People of Pathology Podcast

People of Pathology Podcast

Interviews with people doing interesting things in pathology and related fields.

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Episode 48: Dr Bobbi Pritt – Creepy Dreadful Wonderful Parasites

Today my guest is pathologist and parasitologist Dr Bobbi Pritt.What we discuss with Dr Pritt:How she became interested in pathology and microbiologyThe Medical Parasitology masters program at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical MedicineHow she started the Creepy Dreadful Wonderful Parasites blogHer work with vector borne diseasesDeveloping COVID testing at Mayo ClinicHer teaching experienceLinks for this episode:Health Podcast NetworkLabVine LearningDress A Med scrubsDoc.SocialDr Pritt: TwitterCreepy Dreadful Wonderful Parasites blogDr Pritt on Outbreak NewsAnswers From the Lab PodcastPeople of Pathology Podcast:WebsiteTwitter
February 15, 2021

Episode 47: Dr Judy Melinek and TJ Mitchell – Aftershock, Forensic Pathology, and Life in New Zealand

Today my guests are Dr Judy Melinek and TJ Mitchell, authors of Aftershock.What we discuss:Their relocation to New Zealand in July of 2020The COVID response in New Zealand and how it could be applied to other countriesSome of the differences in life and forensic pathology between to US and New ZealandThe writing process for Aftershock, and how it was different from First CutThe character development of Dr Jessie TeskaThe importance of using real forensic pathology in their booksMentors that influenced both Dr Melinek and TJLinks for this episode:Health Podcast NetworkDress A Med ScrubsDr Melinek on TwitterTJ Mitchell on TwitterDr Working Stiff WebsiteBuy Aftershock from Amazon People of Pathology Podcast:WebsiteTwitter
February 8, 2021

Episode 46: Dr Jennifer Hunt, Dr Ursula Lang, Dr Tangie – A Pathologist and Coach Panel Discussion

My guests for this coaching panel are Dr Jennifer Hunt, Dr Ursula Lang, and Dr Tangie.What we discuss:How they each got interested in coachingThe differences between coaching and therapyHow they develop a plan for a new clientBurnout and it's symptomsImpostor syndrome and what to do about itLinks for this episode:Health Podcast NetworkDress A Med scrubsDr Hunt:TwitterWebsiteUnlocking Your Authentic Self from AmazonDr Lang:TwitterMuD PhuD Mind ProjectDr Tangie:WebsiteInstagramThe Wealthy Happy Soul Podcast on SpotifyPeople of Pathology Podcast:WebsiteTwitter
February 1, 2021

Episode 45: Dr Dana Corriel – Building an Online Presence and SoMe Docs

My guest today is Dr Dana Corriel, founder of SoMe Docs.What we discuss with Dr Corriel:Her path into medicine and how she started SoMe DocsThe importance of having an online presenceBuilding an online brand as a way to regain controlhow to use social media to bring attention to the pathology fieldThe SoMe Docs SeriesLinks for this episode:Health Podcast NetworkDress A Med scrubsSt Mary's Hospital PA position email  Dr Corriel on TwitterDr Corriel on YouTubeSoMe Docs websiteSoMe Docs SeriesPeople of Pathology Podcast:WebsiteTwitter
January 25, 2021

Episode 44: Dr Amy Rapkiewicz – The Importance of the Autopsy in Understanding COVID-19

Today my guest is Dr Amy Rapkiewicz.What we discuss with Dr Rapkiewicz:Her residency at the National Cancer InstituteWhy she chose two fellowships, cytopathology and forensic pathologyBeing interviewed by the Associated Press and CNNAutopsy finding in COVID patientsThe paper she coauthored about these findingsHow the pandemic has stressed the importance of the autopsyLinks for this episode:Health Podcast NetworkDress A Med scrubsDr Amy Rapkiewicz on TwitterNational Cancer InstituteAssociated Press articleCNN interviewMegakaryocytes and platelet-fibrin thrombi characterize multi-organ thrombosis at autopsy in COVID-19 in EClinical MedicinePeople of Pathology Podcast:WebsiteTwitter
January 18, 2021

Episode 43: Kelsey Dawes – Molecular Medicine, Epigenetics, and Machine Learning

Today my guest is Molecular Medicine PhD student Kelsey Dawes.What we discuss with Kelsey:Her undergraduate program in health studiesHer current PhD program in molecular medicineWhat is epigenetics, and her work in this fieldIdea Storm and her project in diabetes testingHer internship at Behavioral DiagnosticsMachine learning and its implicationsLinks for this episode:Health Podcast NetworkDress A Med ScrubsKelsey Dawes on TwitterMolecular Medicine programClinical Epigenetics articleIdea StormBehavioral DiagnosticsPeople of Pathology PodcastWebsiteTwitter 
January 11, 2021

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Dennis Strenk

Dennis Strenk

Pathologists’ Assistant at Wisconsin Diagnostic Laboratories, CFO of the American Association of Pathologists’ Assistants and Host of People of Pathology Podcast.

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