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David G. Hicks, MD, FCAP

Title: Director of Surgical Pathology
Company: University of Rochester Medical Center
Location: Rochester, New York, United States

David G. Hicks, MD, FCAP, Director of Surgical Pathology at the University of Rochester Medical Center, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in Medical Education.

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Medical Education

Good Grief!

My clients teach me more about life and human relationships than I ever teach them. It’s been a week with some very moving sessions. The first one was a woman who is confused and upset about loving and hating her former husband at the same time. 556 more words

Grief & Loss

Research Roundup: Summer Interns!

Each summer, students are invited to intern in the Penn FTD Center to gain valuable experience in neurodegenerative disease research. Here, we highlight the work of three undergraduate students who interned with Dr. 347 more words

Penn FTD Center Members

Pathology Spotlight - Staghorn Calculus

The kidney contains several chambers known as calyces through which urine moves by peristaltic motion before converging into the renal pelvis and passing into the ureter and bladder. 267 more words


See, Test, & Treat: A Women's Affair

Hey Ladies!! I’m fresh out of the See, Test, & Treat event put on by the College of American Pathologists (CAP) Foundation!!  Although I had to pop in, speak, and leave quickly to be able to make it to the Texas Association of Family Physician’s Annual Session & Primary Care Summit in Galveston, I was able to speak to a group of about 30 women about Sexual & Reproductive Health that’s pertinent specifically to women. 573 more words


Estimation of genetic diversity among Berberis spp. from Karakoram Mountain Ranges using morpho-pathological and floral characters - JBES

Tika Khan

Integrated Mountain Area Research Centre, Karakorum International University, Gilgit, Pakistan

Key words: Berberis, Genetic diversity, Karakoram, morphology, pathology, dendrogram, cluster analysis, phylogeny, floral characters. 241 more words