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Episode 8: From early Medical School graduation to an inpatient Covid unit: An (interim) intern’s experience (with special guest Dr. Gregory Kirschen).

On today’s show: Dr. Grergory Kirschen, a recent M.D./Ph.D. graduate who immediately began work as of this month on an inpatient Covid-19 unit. He tells us what it's l...

Episode 7: Physician Burnout in Pathology- with special guests Edna Garcia and Dr. Alexandra Brown

Today we discuss physician burnout in Pathology- with special guest Edna Garcia, first author of the recent AJCP article "The American Society for Clinical Pathology’s...

Episode 6: A Pulmonologists' view from the ICU (Intesive Care Unit) with Dr. Andrew Courtwright

In today's episode, I speak with Dr. Andrew Courtwright, who is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine in the Department of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine a...

Episode 5: The public health imperative, featuring Dr. Sara Wobker

Join us this week for a discussion about public health and how it is impacting all of our lives. My guest is not only a pathologist, a friend, and former co-resident, ...

Episode 4: "A pause for applause (and then I almost cried)" with special guest Dr. Laura G. Pastrián (Madrid, Spain)

Join me in learning about what life is like for a Pathologist in Spain in the midst of this pandemic with our special guest, Dr. Laura G. Pastrián, a Surgical Patholog...

Episode 3: ARDS (Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome) in patients with COVID-19 with special guest Dr. Sanjay Mukhopadhyay.

In episode 3, I am joined by Dr. Sanjay Mukhopadhyay, who is Director of Pulmonary Pathology at Cleveland Clinic. We discuss ARDS (Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome)...

Episode 2: Information Niagra Falls

In episode 2, we focus on information. Places to get it, how to titrate the right amount, people to trust. I welcome Dr. Howard Forman is Professor of Radiology and Bi...

Episode 1: Test Early, Test Often with special guest Dr. Cristina McLaughlin

I welcome an old friend to talk about a brief history of testing for COVID-19 and where we stand now.

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