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Episode 38: Why (Gyn)Pathology (Vol 8), with Drs. Laura Tafe, David Kolin, and Xavier Matias-Guiu!

Join me as I speak with three knowledgable, funny, and insightful Pathologists. We talk about their journeys into medicine and research, what is happening in the field...

Episode 37: Surgery, Parenting, and Glitter in the Era of Covid-19 with Dr. Brittany Bankhead-­Kendall

Dr. Brittany Bankhead-­Kendall is an Assistant Professor of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery at Texas Tech University. We discuss her path to Surgery, doing a fellowship ...

Episode 36: Why (Gyn)Pathology (Vol 7), with Drs. C. Matt Quick and Karen Talia!

Join me as I speak with Drs. C. Matt Quick and Karen Talia. We talk about their journeys into medicine and Pathology with many detours, laughs, and great advice for th...

Episode 35: Season 2 Premiere with Josh Sommer (Chordoma Foundation)

Season 2 Premiere with a special guest and friend, Josh Sommer. He is the founder of the Chordoma Foundation. We talk about his experiences with chordoma, creating the...

Episode 34: Season 1 Finale: Putting 2020 in the rearview! (with Dr. Cristina McLaughlin)

A look back at 2020 with my friend and first guest! We also get into choosing Pathology as a career (the need to deeply understand things and flexibility play a role),...

Episode 33: Why (Gyn) Pathology, with two special guests!

Join me as I speak with Drs. Jennifer Bennett and Joe Rabban. We talk about their journeys into Pathology and cover a lot of ground, including community versus academi...

Episode 32: Scientific journalism, and the effects of Covid-19 and HPV in the prison population with Dr. Bryn Nelson.

I'm joined by Dr. Bryn Nelson, a microbiologist and scientific journalist who discusses his work covering HPV in the prison population, Covid-19, and the book he is wo...

Episode 31: Happy Friendsgiving! A conversation with Dr. Laura Wood.

I'm joined by Dr. Laura Wood, Associate Professor at Johns Hopkins. We were fellows at the same time at JHH. In this episode, we discuss her journey to loving science ...

Episode 30: Why (Gyn) Pathology, with LOTS more special guests!

I'm joined by Drs. Lora Hedrick-Ellenson (Director, Gynecologic Pathology, Memorial Sloan Kettering), Glenn McCluggage (Consultant Histopathologist in Royal Group of H...

Episode 29: A revolution in teaching and learning with Drs. Josh Kim and Edward Maloney

I'm joined by my brother-in-law Dr. Josh Kim, and his co-author Dr. Edward Maloney to discuss their new book "The Low-Density University: 15 Scenarios for Higher Educa...

Episode 28: “We can’t make good decisions based on bad surveys” with Dr. Anthony Artino.

I'm joined by Dr. Anthony (Tony) Artino, a Professor at George Washington University and the Interim Associate Dean for Evaluation & Educational Research. We discu...

Episode 27: Why (Gyn) Pathology? with Dr. Robert Kurman.

An interview with one of my mentors! Dr. Kurman discusses getting started in Gyn Pathology, his mentors, which of his research findings have surprised him, and brings ...

Episode 26: Radical Authenticity and Intentionality with Dr. Patricia Poitevien

I'm joined by Dr. Patricia Poitevien, An Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Brown, who also serves as the Assistant Dean for the Office of Diversity and Multicultura...

Episode 25: Why (Gyn) Pathology? Vol. 2 - Featuring Dr. Brigitte (Biggy) Ronnett!

It's a Big(gy) show today! I'm joined by one of my mentors, Dr. Brigitte (Biggy) Ronnett! We discuss her origin story and how she came to choose Gyn Pathology, her exp...

Episode 24: Six podcasts, eleven voices, one mega show! (A crossover show for the ages)

Featuring 6 Pathology/Science Shows! Discussions about riveting topics like: the necessity of outlines, sound editing, how to chose the ideal show topic, and Pathology...

Episode 23: Patient Voting, Social Media, and the cautious use of expletives with Dr. Kelly Wong.

I'm joined by Dr. Kelly Wong, a resident physician at Brown in Emergency Medicine. She started an organization, Patient Voting, which helps those hospitalized on elect...

Episode 22: Why (Gyn) Pathology? Vol. 2 - Featuring LOTS MORE special guests.

This episode is the second in a series with specialists in Gyn Pathology, with interviews about why they chose this field, what theirs jobs entail, and what collaborat...

Episode 21: "A right to health and a right to live" with Dr. Akilah Jefferson Shah.

Today's show features Dr. Akilah Jefferson Shah, an Assistant Professor of of Allergy and Immunology at the University of Arkansas. We discuss her recent piece on the ...

Episode 20: ACE2 is having a moment: with special guest Dr. Ankit Patel

On today's show I am joined by Dr. Ankit Patel, a Nephrology fellow at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and author of recent articles concerning the role of angiotensin-co...

Episode 19: The Impact of Pathology on Patient Care, with Drs. Lotte Mulder and Jeff Myers

On this show, I welcome Drs. Lotte Mulder and Jeff Myers. We discuss their recent article “Frontline Workers in the Backrooms of COVID-19: Caring for the Living and th...

Episode 18: Perspectives on Medical Education: from a Senior Associate Dean to a Second Year Student (Guests Dr. Alan Tunkel and Leigh Kinney).

On today’s show, I interview two folks from the Warren Alpert Medical School at Brown University, one who is shaping policy, and the other who is learning to be a phys...

Episode 17: Why (Gyn) Pathology? With LOTS of special guests, Vol. 1

First in a series with specialists in Gyn Pathology, with interviews about why they chose this field, what theirs jobs entail, and those that helped them along the way...

Episode 16: Epidemiology, Big Data, and Health Equity in Cancer Research (with special guest Mya Roberson).

On this show, I welcome Maya Roberson, a Ph.D. student at the University Of North Carolina, who focuses on Health Equity in Cancer Research. We discuss her recent publ...

Episode 15: Two Peas in a Pod(cast): A Deeper Levels/People of Pathology Crossover episode!

On this show, I am joined by Dennis Strenk, the host of the People of Pathology Podcast, and a Pathologists’ Assistant at Wisconsin Diagnostic Laboratories in Milwauke...

Episode 14: Improving Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity in Pathology (with special guest Dr. Marissa White).

Today’s episode features Marissa White, an Assistant professor and Breast Pathology consultant at Johns Hopkins and an emerging leader in the field of Pathology educat...

Episode 13: Pregnancy and health care disparities in the time of Covid-19, with special guest Dr. Jackie Parchem

On today’s show I welcome Dr. Jackie Parchem, an OB/Gyn who specializes in Maternal Fetal Medicine, and an Assistant Professor at the McGovern Medical School, (UT Hous...

Episode 12: Digital Pathology: A new microscope? (With Drs. Maheswari Mukherjee and Liron Pantanowitz)

Today's show explores the changing role of digital Pathology in education and clinical workflow. We begin with a discussion of my guests' recent publication "Eye track...

Episode 11: Histology education in a virtual medium: Exceptional videos from the mind of a medical student (with special guest Chris Demas).

Today’s episode features Chris Demas, a third (almost fourth) year medical student at the Alpert Medical School of Brown University. He has a YouTube channel, Illustra...

Episode 10: Global Maternal Health and Emerging Infections with Dr. David Schwartz.

On today’s show, I am joined by Dr. David Schwartz, Professor of Pathology at The Medical College of Georgia and a specialist in global maternal health, medical anthro...

Episode 9: A view from Houston: Cancer care, the state of research, and how to consume information (with special guest Dr. Anirban Maitra).

On today’s show: Dr. Anirban Maitra, Professor of Pathology at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. We discuss clinical pathology and research activities...

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