To celebrate the fact we’ve cured Q&A Bug infection 20 times, we’re showcasing all of our exceptional ‘victims’ in this week’s “Favourite animal drawing” edition of The Bug!
We’ve visited every LMP site, nearly every department, and have had the opportunity to learn about a number of staff whom we may only communicate with through phone or email. It’s been a great opportunity to strengthen the relationships between various areas of LMP, but better than that – The Bug has really showcased the artistic talent of laboratory medicine staff.
That’s why this week’s edition will feature every “favourite animal drawing” we’ve had so far! And to make things a little more interesting we encourage you to vote on your favourite. You can either make your nomination in the comment section or by emailing LMP.Communications@uhn.ca.
The winner’s prize will either be pride or shame… Let the voting begin!
Dr. Runjan Chetty, Acting Medical Director
Gordon Chin, Lab Technologist, Histopathology
Judy Torne, Lab Technologist, Immunohistochemistry
Tom Clancy, Director of Laboratory Operations
Selene Fernando, Laboratory Technologist, Transfusion Medicine
Jaimelyn Rara, Laboratory Technologist, Hematology
Chris Cursio, Manager, Point-of-Care Testing
Pow-Lee Cheng, Charge Technologist, Core Lab
Janet Day, Administrative Assistant
Jared Rosenberg, Senior Business Analyst, Finance
Roger Boyle, Communications Specialist
Martin Grealish, Pathologist Assistant, Surgical Pathology
Maria Amenta, Manager, Specimen Management
David Feng, Senior Laboratory Technologist, Histocompatibility
Nayana Sondi, Application Specialist, Laboratory Information Systems
Dr. Ivan Blasutig, Clinical Biochemist and Medical Staff Researcher
Dr. Stefano Serra, Gastrointestinal Pathologist
Dr. Rohan John, Renal Pathologist
Melanie Peralta, Research Technician, PRP Laboratory
Bev Nwachukwu, Charge Technologist, Genome Diagnostics
Submit your nomination for “best” favourite animal drawing in the comment section below or by emailing LMP.Communications@uhn.ca.
Feel free to nominate more than one drawing, and remember – “best” is subjective.