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Pathology (INACTIVE)

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  • Jury begins deliberations in day care murder trial

     
    After over four hours of passionate closing arguments by attorneys on both sides, the jury has begun deliberating the fate of a woman accused of …...
  • San Diego sheriff blasts 'Dr. Phil' shows about Coronado death as 'sensationalism'

     
    San Diego County Sheriff Bill Gore was not impressed with the two-part "Dr. Phil'' show that examined the death of Rebecca Zahau, including an autopsy by a well-known pathologist that found supposedly troubling facts overlooked by the county medical...
  • Three Elmhurst College Alumni Receive 2011 Founders Medal

     
    Educators William and Joyce Fraccaro and neurologist Richard Nyako are recognized for ‘paying it forward’ through their professional and philanthropic work Elmhurst College has awarded …...
  • Is your doctor on this list of sanctioned professionals?

     
    The Pennsylvania Department of State recently released its monthly list of professionals who were sanctioned by their licensing boards. Here are the professionals who were disciplined from the Lehigh Valley and surrounding counties. Don't miss Thursday'...
  • UCF College of Medicine professor Davey receives lifetime award

     
    UCF professor of pathology and assistant dean Dr. Diane Davey has received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the College of American Pathologists. The association is the world's largestorganization composed exclusively of board-certified pathologists,...
  • People v. Peterson, the Appellate Court decision

     
    Download the .pdf by clicking here. Most of the ruling is below in text format: Justice William E. Holdridge delivered the judgment of the court... On January 4, 2010, the State filed a motion in limine arguing that eleven statements......
  • ‘House’ recap: A trip down memory lane

     
    House has something in common with the Patient of the Week, a 33-year-old waitress named Nadia. She has a photographic memory. House has a pornographic memory. A match made in … I can’t remember how the saying goes. Tip o’......
  • Timing of injury in day care center death at issue

     
    The pathologist who performed the autopsy on the toddler who died at a Lincolnshire day care center testified Wednesday that he did not tell investigators …...
  • ‘Dr. G: Medical Examiner’: Show made me a better communicator, star says

     
    "Dr. G: Medical Examiner" will live for a sixth season, but the star acknowledges renewal wasn't a certainty. "We had a long hiatus until Discovery decided what they would do with the show," says Dr. Jan Garavaglia, chief medical examiner of Orange and...
  • Perfect weather for plant disease!

     
    Whenever you see a plant pathologist smile, be wary!! I got this heads-up message from Dr. Gary Moorman, our Penn State Extension ornamental plant pathologist. It made me laugh, because my training is also in Plant Pathology, and this weather......
  • Place your bets: Which grocery plants will survive?

     
    It's a holiday pop quiz! Which of these plants will most likely live to see another Christmas? Which can survive in a patio pot or flower bed, and which will just end up in the compost bin no matter how......
  • Casey Anthony: WFTV highlights defense team’s speed on documents

     
    Casey Anthony's defense team yesterday filed court documents explaining what its experts will discuss. In reports last night and this morning, WFTV-Channel 9 looked at the highlights from the 329 filed pages. Of special interest: speed....