BUSY Lab: Visualization Meditation

(Photo by LMP’s Wellness Ambassador Rachel Whitty, taken in one of her favourite destinations, in both real life and day dreams, Costa Rica!)   Visualization, or guided imagery, is a variation on traditional meditation that requires you to employ not only your visual sense, but also your sense of taste, touch, and smell.  When used... Continue Reading →

LMP Q&A BUG: Bev Nwachukwu

  This week the LMP Q&A BUG made a visit to the Genome Diagnostics laboratory and ‘infected’ Bev Nwachukwu, Charge Technologist. The nomination came from our previous Q&A BUG ‘victim,’ Melanie Peralta. Check out Melanie’s photo Q&A, HERE. Our genome diagnostics lab performs genetic testing on clinical samples, such as blood, bone marrow, cytology fluid, and... Continue Reading →

LMP pathologists lead new group of residents to pathology certification

  In just over a week’s time pathology residents from around the country will gather in Toronto to attend the Canadian Association of Pathologist’s (CAP-ACP) Residents Review Course, and prepare for their upcoming pathology certification exams. “It’s highly recommended for PGY (postgraduate year) three and four residents,” says Dr. Carlo Hojilla, hematopathology fellow, Laboratory Medicine... Continue Reading →

LMP Q&A BUG: Dr. Stefano Serra

  The first to be 'infected' by the LMP Q&A BUG in 2016 is Dr. Stefano Serra, Gastrointestinal Pathologist. The nomination came from our previous Q&A BUG ‘victim,’ Dr. Ivan Blasutig. Check out Dr. Blasutig’s photo Q&A, HERE.   As an anatomical pathologist sub-specializing in gastrointestinal pathology, Dr. Serra helps in patient diagnoses by examining tissue samples... Continue Reading →

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