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John Minarcik, MD 2015-10-14
E-Pathology; Significant Impacts of the World Wide Web on Global Pathology Education Held by: John Minarcik, MD Creator: “Global Medical School Pathology” Professor John R. Minarcik is an American Pathologist and creator of the World’s First FREE, Real-Time Global Online Medical School Pathology Course. John Minarcik, MD is an American board certified pathologist, who spent most of his life in the private practice of pathology and nuclear medicine. When his wife became ill in 2003, he started to teach pathology full time at several American and Caribbean medical schools, also building up a large number of free educational videos in histology, histopathology, and medical school pathology, which have now been viewed over 10 million times! For the past 4 years he has taught an entire medical school level pathology course and histopathology lab free to over 3,000 registered students, worldwide. During this lecture, John will explain his journey to becoming a world-renowned pathology educator and inform attendees how simple it is for anybody to do this with the right expertise and desire to share to the world.
Eric Duncavage 2015-10-13
Eric Duncavage is an assistant professor of anatomic and molecular pathology at Washington University in St. Louis. He completed his AP/CP residency and MGP fellowship at Washington University in St. Louis followed by a hematopathology fellowship at ARUP Reference Laboratory and is board-certificated in anatomic pathology, clinical pathology, hematopathology, and molecular diagnostic pathology.
Dr. Ping Tan 2015-04-14
Dr. Ping Tang is Professor of Pathology at University of Rochester Medical Center. Dr. Tang is a surgical pathologist with a subspecialty interest in breast pathology. Her educational background includes a research fellowship at Harvard Medical School, a PhD from MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston Texas and a Fellowship in Surgical Pathology from Yale-New Haven Hospital in Connecticut. Dr. Tang’s impressive career has yielded extensive research publications and her current appointment at URMC. Her current research focuses on the use of immunocytochemical analysis to identify breast tumors with a high risk for bone metastasis. This presentation will discuss the selective expression of Folate Receptor alpha (FRA) in breast cancer: in particular the IHC expression of FRA in invasive ductal carcinoma (IDC) and in situ ductal carcinoma (DCIS).
Dr. Michael C. Dugan 2015-03-04
Dr. Michael C. Dugan is the Chief Medical Officer at bioTheranostics, Inc. in San Diego, CA. He has served as assistant professor of pathology at both UCLA and Wayne State University School of Medicine. Dr. Dugan earned his bachelor’s degree in biology from the University of Notre Dame and his medical degree from the University of Arizona College of Medicine. He completed postgraduate training at Yale-New Haven Hospital, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, and UCLA. “Understanding the Importance of Molecular Classification as a Complementary Tool to IHC in Difficult-to-Diagnose Metastatic Cancer”
Dr. Dongfeng Tan 2015-01-11
“Molecular Diagnostics and Personalized Medicine of Colorectal Cancer”
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