Latest Gastrointestinal pathology Stories

2010-09-22 11:24:00

Annual Scientific Meeting of the College of American Pathologists Gives Special Attention to Men's Health NORTHFIELD, Ill., Sept.

2010-06-16 05:00:00

ALISO VIEJO, Calif., June 16 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Clarient, Inc. (Nasdaq: CLRT), a premier technology and services resource for pathologists, oncologists and the pharmaceutical industry, today announced that Neal S. Goldstein, M.D., has been named the Company's Director of Surgical Pathology.

2010-04-07 10:25:00

ALPHARETTA, Ga., April 7 /PRNewswire/ -- EndoChoice, Inc. announced today that it has acquired Pathworks Anatomic Pathology Laboratory. Founded in 1989, Pathworks is a College of American Pathologists (CAP) accredited national reference laboratory located in Atlanta, GA.

2009-10-14 14:48:00

National pathologists' association elects Stephen N. Bauer, M.D., FCAP NORTHFIELD, Ill., Oct. 14 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Stephen N. Bauer, M.D., FCAP, was elected to serve as the 31st( )president of the College of American Pathologists (CAP).

2009-08-10 11:56:00

LAKEWOOD, N.J., Aug. 10 /PRNewswire/ -- PLUS Diagnostics, a leading anatomic pathology company, announced today that it has expanded its executive team with the addition of two laboratory industry veterans. The company has appointed Mohammad Kamal, M.D.

2009-01-07 10:00:00

"GI Gap" To Worsen as the U.S. Population Ages; Projected Demand for Gastroenterologists is Growing at Nearly Double the Rate of Supply Olympus Seeks Legislative Solution and Increased Awareness to Proactively Increase Number of Gastroenterology Fellowships WASHINGTON, Jan.

2008-10-27 06:00:23

Gastrocor(TM), a division of Bostwick Laboratories(R), is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Steven Lawhorn, M.D., as Medical Director based in Uniondale, New York. Dr. Lawhorn is a veteran board-certified gastrointestinal pathologist who received his M.D.

2008-08-11 12:01:13

IRVING, Texas and PHOENIX, Aug.

Word of the Day
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The word 'mitraille' comes from the Old French 'mitaille', meaning 'small coins', sometimes used to mean 'scrap iron'.