Pathology Interest Group
The mission of the Pathology interest group is to provide information about the field of pathology for WVUSOM students. The meetings will consist of lectures on different areas within pathology, resident case presentations, research within the field, and information on the advancements in pathology.
- To allow opportunity for education and discussion on topics within pathology.
- To provide current up to date information about the field of pathology.
- To foster a relationship between pathology faculty and students via shadowing and mentoring opportunities.
- To allow conversations between residents and students resident life.
- Membership is open to any medical Student.
- This organization shall not discriminate on the basis of religion, race, age, sex, national origin, military status, or sexual orientation.
- The Pathology interest group will meet 4 times a year and more if necessary to accomplish the objectives for the organization.
- The executive power of the organization shall be vested in the President. The Executive Board shall consist of President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer.
- The group will be governed by a president and vice president. The members of the interest group will elect all the officers including the president, vice president, and secretary at the last meeting of each year.
- Anatomical Pathology
- Clinical Pathology
- Molecular/Personal Medicine
- Digital Path/New Trends in Pathology
- Heme Path
- Community Pathology Point of View
- Research within industry and academics
- Casual Wrap UP/ Resident opinions
2017 - 2018 Officers
- Audra Kelly - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Ashley Scholl - email@example.com
- Brooke Bertus - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Christine Kunkle - email@example.com
- Melina Flanagan - firstname.lastname@example.org
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