Pathology Leaders Webinar: Why the E in ePathology is so Exciting for Histology’s Future

| January 28, 2013

SAVE THE DATE: Leica Biosystems invites you to attend “Why the E in ePathology is so Exciting for Histology’s Future” the 13th webinar in the Pathology Leaders Webinar Series presented by Jared Schwartz, M.D., Ph.D., Chief Medical Officer, LBS and Consulting Professor of Pathology, Stanford University Medical Center.

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Panelist(s) Info: Jared N. Schwartz, M.D., Ph.D., Chief Medical Officer, LBS; Consulting Professor of Pathology, Stanford University Medical Center
Duration: 1 hour
Description: Cost: No ChargeLeica Biosystems invites you to attend “Why the E in ePathology is so Exciting for Histology’s Future” the thirteenth webinar in the Pathology Leaders Webinar Series presented by Jared N. Schwartz, M.D., Ph.D., Chief Medical Officer, LBS,andConsulting Professor of Pathology, Stanford University Medical CenterJared Schwartz brings 30 years of pathology expertise to his role as CMO, served as President of the College of American Pathologists, and Director of pathology and laboratory medicine at Presbyterian Healthcare in Charlotte, North Carolina. Board certified in anatomic and clinical pathology with subspecialty boards in medical microbiology and cytopathology, he is a graduate of Duke University Medical School, where he completed his residency and fellowship training, and served as chief resident. He was appointed to the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Advisory Committee by HHS, and was a co-chair and author of the ASCO/CAP Guidelines on HER2, which was published in the January 2007 editions of the Journal of Clinical Oncology and Archives of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine.He serves on the Board of the Personalized Medicine Coalition and American Pathology Foundation.Learning Objectives:

  • Define ePathology and how it is transforming pathology.
  • Understand how Histology staff plays a critical role in the introduction and use of new imaging technologies.
  • Learn how ePathology and imaging improve all aspects of a QA program.
  • Understand how ePathology provides opportunity for new and exciting career paths in histology.
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