Global impact through LMP Fellowships: Introducing 2017-2018 Fellows

Each year, a handful of medical professionals from around the world come through LMP for one-year subspecialty fellowships offered by staff pathologists and the University of Toronto. Fellows engrain themselves in the program throughout their time here, and under LMP medical staff supervision are involved in taking out patient cases, making diagnoses, and pursuing various... Continue Reading →

LMP Chief Microbiology appointed Associate Editor, Journal of Clinical Pathology

  Earlier this month, LMP's Chief of Microbiology, Dr. Tony Mazzulli was appointed Associate Editor for the Journal of Clinical Pathology (JCP), a leading international journal covering all aspects of pathology. Dr. Mazzulli adds this role to what is already a full resume including his primary position as Chief, Microbiology, University Health Network and Mount Sinai... Continue Reading →

Sarah James awarded inaugural PA Distinguished Service Award, CAP-ACP

  Sarah James, LMP pathologists' assistant and effective July 1, Quality Manager for Timmins Cluster Hospitals, was recently awarded the first ever Pathologists’ Assistants (PA) Section Distinguished Service Award from the Canadian Association of Pathologists (CAP-ACP). This is the first year the award has ever been given, and Sarah sets the benchmark extremely high with... Continue Reading →

A tale of two accreditations

On Thursday last week, LMP woke to surprise visits from both the College of American Pathologists (CAP) and the American Association of Blood Banks (AABB) to conduct biennial laboratory accreditations of LMP's molecular and cytogenetics labs, and the transfusion laboratory respectively. "Both organizations schedule windows of time for assessments to take place - but it's... Continue Reading →

Chetty’s Cheetahs cycle with police on tail for entire 2017 Big Bike ride

Energized by cowbells, cheering and a good cause, the LMP Big Bike team, Chetty's Cheetahs livened a dreary May morning by cycling around Queens Park in style (and with an organized police escort). Led by cytopathology lab technologist and team captain, Mathew Carter, Chetty's Cheetahs took Toronto General Hospital's first ride of the day on the... Continue Reading →

Create a free website or blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑