Archives recognizes Emory Pathology faculty in two editions
It all began nearly two years ago with an unexpected email from the Editor-in-Chief of the Archives of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, the flagship journal of the College of American Pathologists (CAP):
“Dear Tris: … I would like to know if you would be interested in having a Special Section in Archives … written by faculty from your department at Emory?”
By the time it was finished, the project had blossomed into a two-part tour-de-force in the journal’s March and April editions. Altogether it comprised ten authoritative, state-of-the-art reviews that illustrate how emerging new concepts and technologies are re-shaping the daily clinical practice of our profession. The articles each focused on one or two subspecialty fields and together spanned a gamut of topics in laboratory medicine and surgical pathology, as exemplified by the two cover articles on genomic analyses in diagnostic neuropathology and on digital image analysis. Three other articles in the Special Section—on breast, genitourinary, and hematopathology—were selected to be part of the CAP’s “Archives Applied” program, which offers continuing medical education resources to the CAP’s 17,000 members and subscribers worldwide.
A total of 50 Emory Pathology faculty contributed as authors of this major collaborative effort.