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Critical Values, April 2011

Promoted to Managing Editor of Critical Values, Sara Patterson wrote a profile of pathologist Kathryn Rizzo, MD, FASCP, who determined in eighth grade that she would become a doctor and then followed those steps to become a doctor, as well as edited and summarized an interview of artist Laura Ferguson who creates an inside-out anatomy of the human body in her artwork. To fit with the April issue’s focus on “Data Deluge,” she interviewed several laboratory professional members of the American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) who earned the ASCP Board of Certification qualification in laboratory informatics about how it improved their career opportunities and fit into the data revolution for health care.

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Critical Values, April 2011 Issue

 

Apr. 14, 2011