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The Speech Uncensored Podcast is your one-stop shop to dig into the world of medical Speech and Language Pathology. We unpack therapy techniques, critique assessment protocols, and discuss resources to enhance your practice. You’ll hear from passionate SLPs in the field, eager to share their knowledge and experience. We also sit down with neurologists, radiologists, ENTs, rehab physicians, patients, and caregivers. Check out www.speechuncensored.com for the show notes and discussion guides.
 
Professor Hallux's Pathology Puzzles is a brand new feature series on Fun Kids all about how pathologists solve puzzles about our bodies! When we think about pathology, we often think it's all about dead bodies. But that's only a small part of pathology! Whilst pathology can be really important to find out what caused someone to die, it’s also used in many other cool ways, like when you're feeling ill, and you go to and see your doctor. Doctors rely on the knowledge, diagnostic skills and ad ...
 
Spill the OT Podcast is a judgement-free zone to spill all of the tea about OT, PT, and SLP. We talk to REAL therapists out in the field to learn about the ups, downs, and everything in between. No topics are off limits! Let's chat salary, medicare, student loans, the good, the bad, all things therapy. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/spilltheot/support
 
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Podcast Editor, Tracy Carlson, interviews author William Siska about the article, "Scientific and Regulatory Policy Committee Points to Consider: Integration of Clinical Pathology Data With Anatomic Pathology Data in Nonclinical Toxicology Studies" which can currently be found in Volume 50, Issue 6 of Toxicologic Pathology. Click here to read the a…
 
As much as I love Digital Pathology - things that are not always perfect, and the integrations of systems are not always seamless. We don't need to sugar coat it. And the sooner we start talking about the things that are not so cool, the sooner we will be able to change them. In this podcast episode I discuss the things that need to be improved wit…
 
Today my guest is Pathologist and Author Dr Sophia K Apple. What we discuss with Dr Apple: How she became interested in writing Her first two novels, and why she decided to write a nonfiction book Her path to medical school and pathology, and why she chose breast pathology What "the Unseen Doctors" means to her Why communication between pathologist…
 
Today my guest is Pathologist Dr Aleš Ryška What we discuss with Dr Ryška: Why he decided to go to medical school and how he discovered pathology His thoughts on why students are not choosing medicine as a career, and what to do about that How he got involved in the Czech Society of Pathology and the European Society of Pathology his role as curren…
 
This episode is brought to you by Aiforia. Thank you Aiforia :) Today you will learn how Raish Pai, MD, a busy, practicing pathologist from Mayo Clinic developed a complex supervised deep learning tissue image analysis model to quantify visual diagnostic features of colon cancer and in the process developed a model that can predict clinical outcome…
 
Podcast Editor, Erin Quist, interviews author Erica Behling-Kelly to discuss the article, "Identifying Erythrocyte Injury in Toxicology Studies" which can currently be found in Volume 50, Issue 7 of Toxicologic Pathology. Click here to read the article
 
Today my guest is Pathology Resident Dr Amanda Herrmann What we discuss with Dr Herrmann: Studying microbiology in college and how she decided to pursue an MD/PhD Her initial interest in dermatology and how she discovered pathology Her experience with the residency match process How she knew transfusion medicine was right for her Getting involved w…
 
This episode is brought to you by Hamamatsu. Thank you Hamamatsu :) So...you are already doing digital pathology in your institution but would like to scale it, take it to the next level? How do you do it, where do you start? In this episode my guest, Mark Zarella, PhD (previously Johns Hopkins University, currently Mayo Clinic) explains how he did…
 
Today my guest is Pathologist Dr Ken Bloom What we discuss with Dr Bloom: His path from medical school to pathology Designing and implementing the first telepathology system His work in computer vision that led to working at Chromavision Developing an immunofluorescence system with Clarient His work at Human Longevity Spatial biology and how it can…
 
Today my guests are Leif Honda and Jon Wetzel from Trimetis Life Sciences What we discuss with Jon and Leif: Their educational backgrounds and entrepreneurial inspirations How they got started in biobanking and how they came to work together Their roles at Trimetis Life Sciences Trimetis Computer Assisted Pathology (TCAP) and how this system was de…
 
As the digital pathology community is embarking on the journey of DICOM implementations questions we haven't asked ourselves arise... Is DICOM and image format or is it a standard? What is the difference? Are all the DICOM images the same or do they differ? how do the differences influence the technology developments and workflows? Is there a singl…
 
Today my guest is Pathologist Dr Ian Hagemann What we discuss with Dr Hagemann: His early interest in engineering, and eventually medicine, and some similarities between the two How he discovered pathology, and his subspecialties His role as Program Director of the Gynecologic and Breast Pathology Fellowship How he became involved in the workgroup …
 
Join me for the FREE Independent Digital Pathology Event "Bridging the Gap Between Pathology and Computer Science" 👇 REGISTER HERE And if we are not connected already, let's connect on LinkedIn!Από τον Aleksandra Zuraw, DVM, PhD
 
Today my guest is Pathology Fellow Dr Abdul Abid What we discuss with Dr Abid: His path to medical school in Pakistan, and the specialties that were of interest What an observership is, and what it took to obtain them Why he chose to come to the US for pathology residency How and why he got involved in the Texas Society of Pathologists The CAP Resi…
 
This episode is about empathy in uncomfortable situations (e.g. when colleagues challenge your practice, patients get angry with your recommendations, doctors/nurses push back). We will discuss how stepping out of your own experience and expertise and putting energy into understanding the experience, anger, and frustration of others can be a powerf…
 
Did you know that pathology diagnostics through a smartphone is a thing? Really and officially! It is called static telecytology and a lot has already been published on it (see RESOURCES BELOW). This episode's guest, Dr. Kate Baker, a veterinary clinical pathologist, developed a smartphone app for veterinary telecytology! This digital pathology sma…
 
My guest, Stephanie Johnson, wants SLPs, future SLPs, and basically everyone to know that the end matters! Our field is uniquely positioned to advocate and support a new approach to end of life care. Communication is a key part of end of life planning. From comprehension and health literacy to expressing goals of care, connecting with loved ones, a…
 
Today my guest is Dr Brittany Barreto What we discuss with Dr Barreto: How she became interested in biology and genetics Her internship at Luminostics during her PhD program, and what she learned from that experience Her path as an entrepreneur, including founding Pheramor FemTech and what this means Women's health and diagnostics as it relates to …
 
Remember that we’re all humans before we’re therapists. This is not only our cue to listen and counsel as appropriate, but our reminder to ask the patient how they’re doing before asking them orientation questions. This extends into every area of our care. Our jobs don’t stop at the end of our session. Learn more at https://www.speechuncensored.com…
 
Today my guest is David West, CEO and Cofounder of Proscia What we discuss with David: How he became interested in biomedical engineering and how he discovered pathology Starting Pathology Cloud and how that led to the founding of Proscia The mission of Proscia The Concentriq platform and some of its features How Concentriq can be used in both rese…
 
One area my guest, Tyler Roman feels speech therapy sometimes struggles is fitting into the IPR puzzle. Many patients want to focus on motor recovery and are not yet experiencing difficulties in daily tasks they were completing prior to their hospitalization. Many times CEUs/blog posts focus on the acute setting or functional cognition with home he…
 
Today my guest is David Tulman, Cofounder of Instapath What we discuss with David: His background in clinical trials and bio innovation The beginnings of Instapath and the original goal The origin of the name of the Luci system, and what the system can do The innovative D&E virtual staining method Some of the clinical and research applications of t…
 
Buckle up for a wild ride on this week's conversation regarding access to education, tools, resources for speech and language pathologists. Julie is also interested in how this topic connects with why Leigh Ann took a break from podcasting for 9 months. Then we circle back to how paywalls impact who gets access resulting in disparities. Join us on …
 
Today my guest is Professor of Laboratory Medicine Dr Alan HB Wu What we discuss with Dr Wu: How he became interested in clinical chemistry and analytical chemistry His post doctoral work and mentors How he became interested in toxicology and teaching How he got started in writing and his writing process His six books of short stories about laborat…
 
This is a joint podcast episode where the hosts of "Beyond the Scope" - the official Digital Pathology Association podcast and the host of the "Digital Pathology Podcast" meet to talk about what is going on in our discipline. Together David Tulman, Giovanni Lujan, and Aleksandra Zuraw cover the current digital pathology topics such as digital patho…
 
Rinki wants you to know that your “one thing” may constantly change - as you, your interests, skills, and practices evolve with time. You can work towards finding and achieving your one thing with S.M.A.R.T. goal setting, focusing on one project at a time, pursuing things that feel authentic to you and align with your values, trusting your gut, and…
 
Today my guest is Medical Student Grace Li What we discuss with Grace: How she became interested in forensic pathology and how she decided to go to medical school Why she decided to move to the US How she heard about the Angevine Fellowship An overview of the Fellowship Her experience in each of the rotations during the fellowship Links for this ep…
 
When asked what the hardest part of caring for an individual with dementia, many caregivers will respond with some aspect of an activity of daily living (ADL). Many of the problems faced during these ADLs are rooted in the patient’s inability to communicate. Too many times we use the excuse of "I'm just a SLP" when issues about toileting, showering…
 
Today my guest is Pathologist Dr Roy Jensen What we discuss with Dr Jensen: How he decided to go to medical school and how he chose a specialty Two of his mentors early in his career, and how he was influenced by them His research work in the BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes How he established a Cancer Center at the University of Kansas, and some of the work …
 
The knowledge and hands-on experience you gain in graduate school is invaluable, and it is important to have a strong academic and clinical foundation as you enter the workforce. However, textbook definitions of communication disorders are not enough to provide meaningful, patient specific therapy. By incorporating techniques such as ethnographic i…
 
Today my guest is Genomic Medicine Researcher Dr Heidi Rehm What we discuss with Dr Rehm: How she became interested in biology and genomics Studying the genetic basis of hearing loss, and why she thinks the cochlea is a thing of beauty How she got involved with the Broad Institute, and her work there Some of the barriers to the use of genetics in m…
 
As a specialist we enter a team with our own agenda and expertise related to our field. Most speech-language pathologists find themselves on a team of other specialists and family members who bring their own agenda and expertise to the table. In order to collaborate effectively as a team we must take the perspective, or step into another person’s p…
 
Today my guest is Medical Laboratory Scientist Luis Plaza What we discuss with Luis: How he discovered the medical laboratory field while in the Navy and training to be an MLT How he discovered his passion for microbiology and earning his MLS degree How he became interested in teaching How and why he started the Let's Talk Micro podcast The differe…
 
Podcast Editor, Tracy Carlson, interviews authors Maureen O'Brien and Lyn Wancket to discuss the article, "Scientific and Regulatory Policy Committee Points to Consider for Medical Device Implant Site Evaluation in Nonclinical Studies" which can currently be found in Vol 50, Issue 4, 2022 of Toxicologic Pathology. Click here to read the article…
 
Today my guest is Dr Martin Weihrauch What we discuss with Dr Weihrauch: How he became interested in computers and computer programming Why he decided to go to medical school and how he became interested in hematology and oncology The origin of Smart In Media How Smart In Media became involved with the European Society of Pathology and the Internat…
 
Childhood cancer patients are surviving longer that ever before but continue to experience chronic illness and life-altering deficits from their cancer and it’s treatment. We have to shift our focus from just helping these patients survive to helping patients thrive after cancer. Survivorship has unique implications for speech-language pathologists…
 
Podcast Editor, Liz McInnes, interviews author Ronnie Chamanza to discuss the article, "The Influence of Geographical Origin, Age, Sex, and Animal Husbandry on the Spontaneous Histopathology of Laboratory Cynomolgus Macaques (Macaca Fascicularis): A Contemporary Global and Multisite Review of Historical Control Data" which can currently be found in…
 
As we learn, mistakes are expected. However, as SLPs in-training, we are also expected to maintain professional communication and be open to critique. Learning how to be wrong in the right way can help build your confidence while allowing you to develop professionally. It can be hard to be wrong, especially when learning. But, being wrong in the ri…
 
Today my guest is Pathologist Dr Fatima Carneiro What we discuss with Dr Carneiro: How her interest in pediatrics changed to pathology Her education in Angola, and some of her experiences there How she became interested in teaching How she started working on research in gastric cancer, and specifically hereditary gastric cancer Her experience as an…
 
Successful clinicians working in healthcare settings possess more than just clinical knowledge and expertise; they also excel at Active Listening. Composed of a series of verbal and non-verbal actions, Active Listening is a key communication behavior that reflects engagement, establishes trust, and conveys respect and understanding. Active listenin…
 
Today my guest is Pathologist Dr Fred Bosman What we discuss with Dr Bosman: How he went from being interested in surgery to pathology His PhD in cytogenetics and why he chose to pursue this degree His experience early in his career at the University of Surinam Some other countries where he has worked, and his experiences there How he came to speci…
 
Have you ever wondered what semi-supervised, weekly, and unsupervised artificial intelligence digital pathology models can do to help pathologists? Can we finally stop annotating??? This episode's guest Geert Litjens - a member of the computational pathology group at Radboud University Medical Center explains how semi-supervised and weekly supervis…
 
Today Dr Rodney Rohde returns to the podcast What we discuss with Dr Rohde: How monkeypox got its name, and what type of virus it is A brief history of this virus, and typical mode of transmission The two monkeypox clades, and which is responsible for the current outbreak The 2003 monkeypox outbreak, and Dr Rohde's role in the response to it Defini…
 
Today my guest is Pathologist Dr Ivan Damjanov What we discuss with Dr Damjanov: The influence his parents had on his personality and education His initial choice to study psychiatry and how he eventually found pathology Coming to the US, and his early experiences here Why he tried to stay a part of both Croatia and the US Studying developmental bi…
 
There are a few websites online other than the Digital Pathology Place that talk about different aspects of digital pathology. An important one being Pathology News. Pathology News is an online place bringing together the digital pathology vendors and purchasers. It is meant to be a single community for everyone working in the digital pathology spa…
 
Today my guest is Pathologist Dr Ralph Hruban What we discuss with Dr Ralph Hruban : The original idea for his new book, A Scientific Revolution: Ten Men And Women Who Reinvented American Medicine, and why he chose to write it at this time How the book grew from his Hopkins at Home lecture series Why he chose to include those with a connection to J…
 
Today my guest is Medical Student Harry Gaffney What we discuss with Harry: How he was inspired to become a doctor at a young age His interest in microbiology His experience with parallel rural curriculum in medical school Joining the Royal Flying Doctor Service and some stories from that experience How he decided that pathology was the field for h…
 
Today my guest is Pathologist Dr Olaleke Folaranmi What we discuss with Dr Folaranmi: His early education and youth service that inspired him to become a doctor How he became interested in pathology, and his subspecialties of interest A typical day for him at Ilorin Teaching Hospital How he was interviewed for an article called Educating Beyond Bor…
 
Deep learning artificial intelligence has entered the field of digital pathology and is here to stay because it consistently outperforms the classical image analysis methods on pathology slides. The only caveat is that to train good deep learning image analysis models we need a lot of whole slide images. Where do we get them? Is there a central rep…
 
Today my guest is Pathology Resident Dr Jonathan Jacobs What we discuss with Dr Jacobs: How he switched from engineering to medicine Working as an EMT Starting in Internal Medicine and transferring to Pathology How he became interested in cytopathology Why a social media presence is important for pathology residency programs The paper he co-authore…
 
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