There is one aspect of #PathTwitter that we can’t get enough of and that is #PathArt! Colleagues from around the globe share the most beautiful images that can only be seen under a microscope. One form of #PathArt that we found both beautiful and intriguing is from Leonie Schön. You may know her as @lamellipodium on Twitter where she posts her #PathArt – but you won’t find images from a camera on her Twitter feed. Leonie’s #PathArt is created from a blank piece of paper, a pa
Pathologists are increasingly becoming more visible through patient-pathologist consultations, high profile research collaborations, mentorship and social media like Twitter and YouTube. We wanted to further highlight pathology by spotlighting pathologists from a variety of specialties to not only connect pathologists with one another but to show the critical connection pathology plays in every aspect of medicine. We welcome you to our fifth Spotlight featuring Forensic Patho
In parts one and two, we covered the multiple uses of Twitter by the #PathTwitter community including live tweeting at conferences, the numerous sub-communities on Twitter like @DermpathJC and the international, multi-institutional #EBUSTwitter study conducted entirely through Twitter. As #pathtwitter discovers even more novel uses of Twitter to connect with one another, incorporating images from a digital slide scanner would change the landscape of image sharing on Twitter.