Sep 10, 2021 People of pathology

When the pathologist becomes the patient; Dr David Clift’s prostate cancer story

Retired pathologist and prostate cancer survivor Dr David Clift went from diagnosing prostate cancers to being the one diagnosed and wants o
Aug 2, 2021 People of pathology

Australian Institute of Medical and Clinical Scientists (AIMS) National Scientific Meeting: Re-Vision for the Future

The accelerated investment and adoption of new pathology platforms and practices due to the pandemic has meant that Australia’s laboratori
Aug 2, 2021 People of pathology

Stepping up and saving lives during COVID-19; thank you pathology

Pathology laboratories around Australia have done an incredible job of setting up, scaling up and keeping up with sustained demand for COVID
Jun 4, 2021 People of pathology

It’s time to reunite! Lock in your place at Pathology Update 2021

Australia and New Zealand have a wealth of pathology talent who will be in attendance to speak across all pathology disciplines at this year
Mar 12, 2021 People of pathology

A passionate advocate for genetic pathology, vale Dr Melody Caramins

As an ambassador for Pathology Awareness Australia, Dr Melody Caramins was an excellent communicator and had the expert ability to patiently
Dec 18, 2020 People of pathology

THANK YOU to everyone working in pathology this year

Pathology has achieved so much this year. Being able to create and validate a test for a totally new virus and to put that into practice in
Nov 18, 2020 Latest News - Pathology Explained - People of pathology

What pathology professionals want you to know about cervical screening

We asked some of the people who perform your cervical screening tests inside a pathology laboratory to tell us their messages about cervical
Aug 13, 2020 People of pathology

Dr Harry Nespolon: a passionate leader and advocate for general practitioners and the health of Australians

The former President of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, Dr Harry Nespolon, passed away at the end of July. Despite hi
Jan 30, 2020 People of pathology

Cancer survivor Iain meets the hidden doctor who made diagnoses during his operation and guided the surgeon’s hand

A few days before Christmas, commercial pilot and competitive cyclist Iain Clark had an operation to remove cancer at the base of his tongue
Dec 19, 2019 People of pathology

Bacteria doesn’t take a Christmas break, so nor does microbiology

Mitchell Brown has been in the bug business for about 18 years and is now a Senior Hospital Scientist of a General Microbiology Unit. He wor