Tag: Twitter

“Academic” Tweeting – Is it “Academic” and Will it Be Recognized as Such?

| March 23, 2017 | 2 Comments

Dr. Bruce Friedman over at Lab Soft News has an interesting post today on “The “Why” and “How” of Academic Tweeting”. Many of you know that Bruce is widely considered the grandfather of pathology informatics, coining the term decades ago, envisioning organizations, societies, fellowships before many. He and Mike Becich are two people I would […]

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Tweeting Pathologists: How #InSituPathologists Changed the Way Pathologists Communicate

| January 25, 2017 | 0 Comments

A paper was recently published in Modern Pathology (ePub ahead of print) entitled “#InSituPathologists: how the #USCAP2015 meeting went viral on Twitter and founded the social media movement for the United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology that details the activity of “live tweeting” the USCAP 2015 and USCAP 2016 and how it all got […]

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A cancer patient and pathologist — brought together by Twitter — strike up an unlikely connection

| October 27, 2016 | 0 Comments

Courtesy of STAT  By Linnea Olson and Michael Misialek Awesome read about a patient and pathologist exploring lung cancer together. Patients can be their own best advocates while pathologists should have the opportunity to meet their patients. While every surgical pathology accession number is a life, putting a face with a name can be mutually beneficial. […]

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A Tweet by Any Other Name

| October 11, 2016 | 0 Comments

Over the past 9 years since I started blogging there have been from time to time occasional “duplicate” or “mirrored” or “syndicated” websites and feeds of content from tissuepathology.com. In nearly every case to date, including someone actually copying the entire site, there was little harm or foul. The links still refer to the original […]

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$100 Whole Slide Scanner Coming To Pathology Market!

| May 14, 2015 | 0 Comments

Came across this video on YouTube and the company’s Twitter channel @syntheslide. The first pathologist in the video mentions a low cost — $100!! whole slide scanner the company is producing to be used by pathologists for clinical purposes to help patients worldwide.  Their Twitter page mentions website live by tomorrow and product coming to […]

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