|J. Hume Adams in 1972|
Tuesday, April 14, 2020
Sunday, April 5, 2020
Neuropathologist Matija Snuderl featured in major journal discussing the use of artificial intelligence in cancer diagnostics
|Matija Snuderl, MD|
Thanks to Dr Snuderl for representing the important role neuropathologists play in cancer diagnostics in the age of molecular medicine and article intelligence. Thanks also to Dr. Michael Lawlor, of the Medical College of Wisconsin, for alerting me to this article!
Wednesday, March 25, 2020
|Matthew Anderson, MD, PhD|
Dr. Anderson is quoted in the article, stating that central nervous system involvement by the virus may play a part in the respiratory symptomatology.
Monday, March 23, 2020
George Perry, former AANP president, granted meritorious award by the American Society for Investigative Pathology
|George Perry, PhD|
Congratulations, Dr. Perry. And thanks to Dr. Charles White for sharing this news.
Tuesday, March 10, 2020
|David Solomon, MD, PhD|
Also at this year's USCAP meeting, Gregory N. Fuller, MD, PhD was awarded the Harvey Goldman Teaching Award. Among his many contributions to pathology education is authoring the CNS chapter of the latest edition of the textbook Histology for Pathologists (2019).
Thursday, March 5, 2020
The next in our "Best of the Month" series comes from October 7, 2019:
Thursday, February 6, 2020
|Prof. Dr. Werner Paulus|
Dr. Werner Paulus of the University of Munster, Germany, recently wrote in to share news of an exciting venture he and his colleagues have just launched:
"After editing Acta Neuropathologica for 14 years and after founding and editing Acta Neuropathologica Communications for 5 years, I have stepped down by the end of 2018 as editor of these two journals. A few weeks ago, together with colleagues from around the world, I have launched freeneuropathology.org . This is not just another neuropath journal, it´s a new type of publishing model without publisher. The “trick” is that scientists undertake the classical job of the publisher such as copyediting, layout, promotion, maintenance of the website etc. This makes the journal more efficient and more flexible, and it makes more fun because we can design the journal as we like and do not have to follow the business-driven interests of commercial publishers. It´s entirely free for readers and for authors (diamond open access). It´s from neuropathologists for neuropathologists, based on enthusiasm and voluntariness. We are very excited about this new approach and think that this might be the future of publishing in general, not only in the field of neuropathology. If you are interested, you can find more background information on the journal website and in the inaugural editorial: https://www.uni-muenster.de/Ejournals/index.php/fnp/article/view/2610/2480"