Email Newsletters and Pathology Humor
Last revised 10 December 2019
Last revised 10 December 2019
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Archived What's New Newsletters:
- September 2019: What's New in Hematopathology (PDF with links) by Genevieve Crane M.D., Ph.D. and Sanjay Patel, M.D, M.P.H.
- March 2019: What's New in Breast Pathology (PDF with links), by Emily S. Reisenbichler, M.D.
- September 2018: What's New in Hematopathology (lymphoid) - Part 1 (PDF with links), by Genevieve Crane M.D., Ph.D.
- June 2018: What's New in Thyroid (PDF with links), by Andrey Bychkov, M.D., Ph.D.
- January 2018: What's New in GU / Adrenal (PDF with links), by Debra L. Zynger, M.S., M.D.
- September 2017: What's New in Medical Renal Pathology (PDF with links), by Carla L. Ellis, M.D., M.S.
- March 2017: What's New in Dermatopathology (PDF with links), by Sara Shalin, M.D., Ph.D.
- December 2016: What's New in Thyroid (PDF with links), by Andrey Bychkov, M.D., Ph.D.
- November 2016: What's New in GI (PDF with links), by Raul S. Gonzalez, M.D.
- September 2016: What's New in Gyn - Part 1 (PDF with links), by Carlos Parra-Herran, M.D.
- June 2016: What's New in GU (PDF with links), Flyer (no links), Online, by Debra Zynger, M.D.
Future What's New Newsletters:
GI - January / February 2020
Not scheduled yet: CNS, soft tissue, nonmelanocytic cutaneous tumors, inflammatory dermatopathology, top 10 new stains, Gyn part 2 (ovary, fallopian tubes, placenta), Head & Neck
- April 2018: Thrift Lab
- September 2017: A condescending lesion
- August 2017: Recognize extroverts
- July 2017: Friendly agar
- June 2017: I'm a pathologist
- May 2017: Dynamite case
- April 2017: Inappropriate use of immunostains
- March 2017: Immunostainer overuser guy
- February 2017: Frozen: pathologist vs. thoracic surgeon
- January 2017: Frozen section discussion with a surgeon
- November 2016: Gangnam style rap
Email Newsletters / e-blasts
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- Jobs, Fellowships and Conferences: Currently 6,209 subscribers. Sent biweekly. Lists new postings for Pathologist, Ph.D. and related Jobs, Fellowships, Conferences and CME.
- Monthly updates (formerly called Website news): Currently 5,415 subscribers. Lists new and updated features of the website (see Blog) and new books added to the Books pages.
- What's New in Pathology: Currently 10,431 subscribers. Typically sent every 3 months. Written by members of the PathologyOutlines.com Editorial Board.
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