Diagnoses Without Borders: How A Small Town in Haiti is Changing Global Healthcare Via Livecast

| February 22, 2013

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Diagnoses Without Borders: How A Small Town in Haiti is Changing Global Healthcare

Gregory S. Henderson, MD, PhD

President, Pacific Pathology Partners,

Founder and President, PathForceDx,

Seattle, WA

Thursday, February 28th

12 – 1 p.m.

Trent Hall, Room 124

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About the talk:

Immediately after the Haitian earthquake, a pressing need to provide pathology diagnoses on cervical biopsies from patients in Leogane, Haiti arose.  Over the past 3 years the need for this service has continued and has provided the opportunity to develop innovative telepathology solutions that are now the most advanced in the world.

About the speaker:
Dr. Gregory Henderson received his MD and PhD at Vanderbilt University as an NIH medical scientist training program fellow in 1993.  He did his clinical pathology training at the University of Utah, and anatomic pathology training at Johns Hopkins, and fellowship training in breast and gynecologic pathology at Vanderbilt.  He practiced in Wilmington, NC for 7 years, and subsequently was director of Anatomic Pathology at Ochsner Clinic in New Orleans for the two years after Hurricane Katrina.  Since 2007 he has practiced in Seattle, WA, where he has been a practical innovator in the field of digital pathology.  In 2012 he founded the global digital pathology networking company PathForceDx.
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