Dr. Scheithauer was a mentor and friend to all who knew him. He was one of the preeminent neuropathologists in the world and is responsible for educating thousands during the course of his career at Mayo Clinic and through his more than 400 publications, books, lectures and WHO classification of brain tumor contributions. He was one of the last giants of the storied generation of pathologists who have built the department of pathology there to what it is today. He had a unique sense of humor which is illustrated in a note by Dr. Brian Moore over at Neuropathology Blog.
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