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ModPath Chat is the official podcast of Modern Pathology, the journal of the US and Canadian Academy of Pathology (USCAP) . ModPath Chat features interviews with authors, opinion leaders and experts on the latest science, technology, and developments in the field of pathology. The monthly podcast series is hosted by Dr. George J. Netto, the Editor-in-Chief of Modern Pathology and the Chair of Pathology at the University of Alabama in Birmingham.

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October 2020

COVID-19 pulmonary pathology in cross Atlantic pandemic epicenters

A discussion with Dr. Borczuk of New York Presbyterian Hospital- Weill Cornell Medicine on his team findings in sixty eight COVID-19 autopsies, performed early on during the pandemic, at 3 institutions in heavily hit areas (2 USA, 1 Italy). While a heterogeneous disease, COVID-19 pneumonia displayed consistent features in all three centers. Listen in via Acast | Spotify | or Download

Associated article: COVID-19 pulmonary pathology: a multi-institutional autopsy cohort from Italy and New York City

 

Quantitative assessment of residual pancreatic intraductal carcinoma following neoadjuvant chemotherapy

Modern Pathology Editor in Chief discusses with Laura Wood MD PhD her recent study on quantitative assessment of residual pancreatic intraductal carcinoma following neoadjuvant chemotherapy. The implications of finding that the intraductal component of pancreatic cancer is more resistant to chemotherapy are highlighted. Listen in via Acast | Spotify | or Download

Associated article: Intraductal pancreatic cancer is less responsive than cancer in the stroma to neoadjuvant chemotherapy

 

September 2020

A novel tumor type with EWSR-CREB fusions blending features of Angiomatoid FH and Mesothelioma

A novel tumor type with EWSR-CREB fusions blending features of Angiomatoid FH and Mesothelioma; a discussion with the author Pedram Argani. Listen in via Acast | Spotify | or Download

Associated article: EWSR1/FUS–CREB fusions define a distinctive malignant epithelioid neoplasm with predilection for mesothelial-lined cavities

 

Using “ONEST” algorithm to improve reproducibility of PD-L1 assessment by pathologists 

A conversation with David Rimm, the author of a recent study on Triple negative breast cancer, on using a novel statistical algorithm (ONEST) to improve reproducibility of PD-L1 assessment by pathologists. Listen in via Acast Spotify |  or Download

Associated article: Prospective multi-institutional evaluation of pathologist assessment of PD-L1 assays for patient selection in triple negative breast cancer