BUSY lab Q&A BUG: Paul Smits

    This week the Q&A BUG has been taken over by The BUSY Lab, LMP's wellness resource. To learn more about the BUSY lab click HERE. For this special edition of the Bug we take a peek at Toronto General’s Wellness Centre where Wellness Coordinator, Paul Smits has been 'infected.' Next week the bug will resume with... Continue Reading →

UHN’s first ever Surgical Pathology Conference sets the bar high

On the last weekend of January, Laboratory Medicine Program Pathologists' Assistants (PA) held the University Health Network’s (UHN) first ever Surgical Pathology Education Day, which brought together students and lab professionals alike for a mix of conference style lectures and in-lab presentations. “The day really gave us a chance to fill a con-ed need specific... Continue Reading →

LMP Q&A BUG: Yasmin Halley

  This week the LMP Q&A BUG made a visit to Toronto General hospital's Transfusion Laboratory and ‘infected’ Yasmin Halley, Medical Laboratory Technologist (MLT). The nomination came from our previous Q&A BUG ‘victim,’ Jeanette Campbell. You can check out Jeanette’s photo Q&A, HERE. Yasmin started at UHN in 2006 as a volunteer in the pathology department.... Continue Reading →

LMP Q&A BUG: Jeanette Campbell

  After a week of reflecting on the great drawings of LMP staff members, the LMP Q&A BUG went back to work and ‘infected’ Jeanette Campbell, Senior Technician, Specimen Management -Core Laboratory. The nomination came from our previous Q&A BUG ‘victim,’ Bev Nwachukwu. Check out Bev’s photo Q&A, HERE.   As a senior technician in specimen... Continue Reading →

LMP’s Newfoundland and Labrador partnership

  Dr. Gai sits in LMP Medical Director, Dr. Chetty's office, with a painting of St. John's, Newfoundland featured in the background.    For two weeks breast pathologist Dr. Luis Gai is visiting the University Health Network (UHN) to collaborate with the Laboratory Medicine Program’s (LMP) breast pathology team and share practices and experiences. Dr.... Continue Reading →

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