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Bringing better communication within the department.

The communications staff is your resource for improving communications both within and external to the Department of Pathology.  We offer a broad range of services to ensure you are able to get your message communicated effectively.  Our services include:

  • News highlights of faculty and staff achievements or items of broad interest
  • Promotion of events, programs, research, or services
  • Internal/employee communications
  • Development of marketing materials
  • Website design
  • Poster printing
  • External media communications

We welcome you to our website and encourage you to review the services we offer in more detail.  If we can ever be of assistance, please complete the Services Request Form and we will follow up with you to be sure you receive the highest quality service. 

Social Media

We don't just report the news, but we strive to educate the public about pathology and how it impacts them. We start the conversation by presenting an ongoing weekly series focused on physicians, patients, and the curious. Like our Facebook page and join our Twitter Feed, then participate in our #CaseOfTheWeek, #PathologyDYK, and #DailyDX series. We look forward to interacting with you!




Inside Pathology

Our annual magazine is distributed within the department and sent to alumni and friends of Pathology. Initiated by Dr. Kathleen Cho during her interim as Chair, it was first published in 2014 as a way to allow members to become familiar with the research and changes happening within the Department of Pathology. Inside Pathology is also used as a vehicle to get to know some of the department's faculty and highlight the impact made by our staff.


Submit News

It is our goal to make sure that all members of the department, faculty and staff alike, receive recognition for their achievements. We also want to make sure we keep abreast of the changes and breakthroughs in research that are happening behind its walls. That's why we count on our members to inform us when they hear of them. You are encouraged to submit your stories.