Wednesday, January 28, 2009

The Pool of pathology bloggers increases by one this month

I was gratified to see another pathologist recently join the ranks of bloggers posting about the profession. Dr. Doug Shevlin recently alerted me to the inauguration of a blog by a blue-collar surgical pathologist, Dr. Mark Pool, working in the trenches at a hospital in Kankakee, Illinois. Pool's blog is barely a month old, and has already garnered a mention on the popular Digital Pathology Blog! I can tell you this: I've never seen the word "polyphyletic" used in a blog before -- never, that is, until Dr. Pool's lovely post on reactive urothelium. This Pool is deep!

6 comments:

Library Staffer said...

Hi, Brian. I discovered your blog because your colleague here: http://www.tissuepathology.typepad.com/weblog/

mentioned you. I suggest that you put a Twitter button on your blog, as it was via Twitter that i learned of your blog. I mentioned you here: http://friendfeed.com/rooms/science-2-0

Brian E. Moore, MD said...

OK. Thanks for the suggestion. I'll do it!

Hope Leman said...

Hi, Brian. Great--here is another suggestion for you and other medical bloggers. Check out the Science 2.0 room of FriendFeed:

http://friendfeed.com/rooms/science-2-0

There is a lot of interesting discussion there on Web 2.0 in science.

Adam King said...

Nice pun

Brian E. Moore, MD said...

Thanks, Adam!

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really increase by one this month that is great but the pathology its pretty hard to understand like that