lead pathologist

lead pathologist

The designated histopathologist who interacts regularly with the local or regional anatomical-site-specific multidisciplinary team created by the 1995 Calman-Hine Report. Most district general hospitals in the NHS, regardless of size, have lead pathologists for breast, colorectal, gynaecology and urologic cancers. Larger trusts serve as regional cancer centres and often have lead pathologists for ENT, skin, upper GI tract and other cancers.
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The finale last year saw lead pathologist Nikki Alexander (Emilia Fox) buried alive and sacrificing her own rescue to help save others.
Lead pathologist Dr Stephen Ferryman gave the cause of Mr Bunney's death as hypothermia secondary to alcohol intoxication.
Lead pathologist Nat Cary said without that, the cause of death would not have been discovered in a post-mortem, adding he was unaware of any other case of someone being poisoned with alpha radiation in Britain, and probably the world.
Through an unusual mix of staid re-enactments and talking-head interviews with three key observers--detective Pat Kennedy, lead pathologist Jeffrey Jentzen and neighbor Pamela Bass--this niche-interest docu is too bloodless for the uninitiated and too remedial for the familiar, but still artful in its own right.
NEW YORK: Mr James Humes, the lead pathologist at President John F.
a pathologist at the BCCA and the Genetic Pathology Evaluation Centre at Vancouver General Hospital is the lead pathologist on the study and co-inventor of the PAM50 gene signature.