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PathIG – Gastrointestinal Scope Session

Event held by PathIG – Pathology Interest Group on 09/14/2020: GI histology and basic pathology, presented using live-feed of a microscope camera head was presented by the wonderful 4th year pathology resident, Dr. Cathy Gonsalves. Content was tailored to the current system block of the 2nd year class, with…

PathIG – “23 without me” The Dangers of Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Testing

Event held by PathIG – Pathology Interest Group on 02/20/2020: Dr. Robert Seifert went above and beyond, presenting the history of DTC gentic tests, industry advertisements and statements, and description of regulatory standards. He was open about sharing his opinion and moderated a riveting discussion with attendees.

PathIG – GI Pathology Scope Session

Event held by PathIG – Pathology Interest Group on 09/19/2019: We invited first and second years to the pathology department to have a small group scope session on GI pathology. This served as a session to help second years hone in on their GI pathology skills, as they are…

PathIG – So you want to be a Pathologist

Event held by PathIG – Pathology Interest Group on 08/28/2019: The event was attended by about 25 medical students with an even mix of MS1 and MS2s. We had several faculty pathologists attend from various specialties, including the department chair and dean of students, spanning from anatomic pathology, clinical…

PathIG Microscopy Session

Event held by PathIG – Pathology Interest Group on 05/16/2018: The Pathology Interest Group recently held a microscopy session with Dr. Anthony Yachnis where he walked the group through a series of interest neurological cases, explaining clinical presentations and demonstrating conditions at the microscopic level from biopsy samples. Students…

PathIG- GI Microscope Session

A group of 20 students went to the multi-head scope room and Dr. Kresak brought clinical cases of GI pathology including slides of histology. Students took turns on the microscope heads and a TV projected the images for those not viewing through the microscope. It gave students a…