Emerging Leaders in Laboratory Medicine

Another member of the LMP team, Sousan Bagherpoor, MLT,  completed the UHN Emerging Leaders program at the same time as with Yasmin Halley.  We had an opportunity to talk to Sousan and get her thoughts on the program and why she encourages any employee interested  in developing career goals and enhancing their current on-the-job performance... Continue Reading →

Dr. Danny Ghazarian and the Kuwait Cancer Control Centre

Recently, LMP's Dr. Danny Ghazarian, one of our dermatopathologists spent some time at the Kuwait Cancer Control Centre working with pathology residents. Take a look at a recent picture of Dr. Ghazarian teaching on a multihead microscope with monitor pathology residents and few pathology and dermatology staff. He and the team were discussing cases related... Continue Reading →

Are you an Emerging Leader?

The University Health Network offers the UHN Emerging Leaders program for interested employees with an opportunity to help them achieve their career and development goals. The program is designed to examine new and different ways that they may enhance their current on-the-job performance and help get them ready for any future leadership (formal or informal) opportunities... Continue Reading →

Interview with Hana Shardan, MLT, from Kuwait Cancer Control Center

Recently, the editorial team from The Pathology Report sat down with Hana Shardan, a medical laboratory technologist from the biochemistry lab at the Kuwait Cancer Control Centre (KCCC). The Laboratory Medicine Program has been working closely with the laboratory team at KCCC for some time around education, teaching and clinical care for patients. Hana works... Continue Reading →

Congratulations to Dr. Eleftherios Diamandis

Dr. Eleftherios Diamandis, LMP's Chief of Biochemistry, has been chosen to receive the CSCC Award for Outstanding Contributions to Clinical Chemistry by the Canadian Society of Clinical Chemists. This award recognizes Dr. Diamandis’ indelible contributions to the world of clinical chemistry through his strong leadership in clinical service, research and education. LMP is very lucky... Continue Reading →

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