Our Scientific Writers
We are proud to introduce our talented team of writers who contribute regularly to the Pathology News blog. All of our writers are qualified masters or doctoral level scientists and medical professionals. Click on the links below their profile pictures to view more details about their educational and professional background, to read their contributed articles on Pathology News.
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Scientific Advisory Board
Our goal at Pathology News is to deliver relevant and accurate information to the pathology community. We have established a scientific advisory board of domain experts to give guidance on content. Want to join us? We welcome enquiries from the community.
Dr. Yukako Yagi started her career as an electrical engineer at Nikon, Japan, developing robotic microscopes and their applications and received her Ph.D. in 2007 from Tokyo Medical University. She was later Director of Technologies Management at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center where she developed and implemented telepathology systems for organ transplantation, frozen section and 2nd opinion consultations and also established clinical and technical standards for whole slide imaging systems. Dr. Yagi came to Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, in 2007 and became Director of the MGH Pathology Imaging and Communication Technology Center. She later took up an Assistant Professor of Pathology role at Harvard Medical School and became the 1st President of the International Academy of Digital Pathology. Dr. Yagi is now Director of Pathology Digital Imaging, Department of Pathology at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.
Arvydas graduated from the Medical Faculty of Vilnius University followed by a Ph.D. from the Moscow Medical Academy and a Fellowship in Renal Pathology at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital / Harvard Medical School. He is now Professor or Pathology at Vilnius University and serves as Director of the National Center of Pathology, affiliate of Vilnius University, Hospital Santaros Clinics. His research team focuses on computational pathology and AI for prognostic disease modeling.