Successful Health Canada Assessment thanks to LMP Blood Transfusion Team

Over a span of two weeks in February, two Health Canada assessors were on site in the LMP Blood Transfusion Laboratories. The assessors reviewed compliance for activities related to the processing, labelling, storage, distribution, and transformation of blood and blood products. Assessment is an important time. It give us the opportunity to reflect on our... Continue Reading →

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LMP Pathologist receives grant funding for small cell lung cancer research

Each year, the Ontario Molecular Pathology Research Network (OMPRN) looks to support and promote impactful research of early-career pathologists through a number of competitive grants. This year, one of LMP’s newest pathologists Dr. Michael Cabanero, Thoracic Pathologist, was awarded a Cancer Pathology Translational Research grant, marking the beginning of an exciting research venture and notable... Continue Reading →

Fourth Annual Surgical Pathology Education Day Gets “to the heart of the workFlow”

Last Saturday, the fourth annual Surgical Pathology Education Day took place thanks to the LMP Surgical Pathology PA team, with co-leads Martin Grealish and Emmanuelle Chung, Pathologists’ Assistants. Over 100 attendees made up of registrants, volunteers and presenters gathered at UHN to share knowledge and learn in a special blend of conference style lectures and... Continue Reading →

VIDEO: Review by LMP’s Dr. Adeyi published in Clinical Liver Disease

A review by LMP’s Dr. Oyedele Ayedi has been published in Clinical Liver Disease, a multimedia review journal by the American Association for the Study of Liver Disease (AASLD). In the review, Dr. Ayedi discusses common liver biopsy findings in patients who have recently undergone liver transplant or resection. Postoperative liver failure can occur in... Continue Reading →

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 →

LMP Q&A BUG: Emmanuelle Chung

  This week the Q&A BUG paid a visit to Toronto General Hospital’s Surgical Pathology Lab and ‘infected’ Emmanuelle Chung, Pathologists' Assistant (PA). The nomination came from our previous Q&A BUG ‘victim,’ Catherine Wang. You can check out Catherine’s photo Q&A HERE. As a PA, Emmanuelle is responsible for the grossing of clinical biopsy specimens. As... Continue Reading →

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