|Left to right: Drs. Douglas Miller, Kymberly Gyure, Jennifer Baccon, Eyas Hattab, and Brian Moore|
Friday, July 20, 2018
A ganglion of neuropathologists spontaneously coalesces at a this week's Association of Pathology Chairs meeting
Neuropathologists serve many roles aside from signing out surgical specimens and performing brain autopsies. That fact was in full display at this week's Association of Pathology Chairs meeting where, at a reception on Monday, a group of neuropathologists found themselves standing together at an afternoon reception. (Perhaps this coalescence was not so much by chance as it occurred directly adjacent to the bar.) It was nice to see old friends.