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After I received my bachelor’s and master’s degree in Canada, I attended St. George’s University for medical school (two years of basic sciences in Grenada followed by two years of clinical rotations in New Jersey). Now, I am in New York City finishing up my final year of pathology residency at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. Next year, I will be relocating to Boston for my Clinical Informatics Fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital. As a pathology resident at the moment, my typical day involves extensive clinical work, which consists of reviewing clinical history, laboratory data, and gross and microscopic examinations of patient specimens in order to reach conclusive diagnoses of disease entities and processes. Having the responsibility of arguably the most important step in a patient’s clinical care gives me immense personal and professional satisfaction.
HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN WORKING WITH DIGITAL PATHOLOGY?
I have been working with digital pathology since the beginning of my residency back in 2015. However, my initial exposure to digital microscopy was during graduate school as early as 2009.
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