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Lynn McCain

Lynn A. McCain, MHSA, PMP

Director of Communications and Senior Writer

Lynn leads the Communications Team for the Department of Pathology and reports directly to the Chair of Pathology. She writes, edits and approves news articles, Facebook posts, and other internal and external departmental communications. In addition, she reviews and edits manuscripts, grant applications, special reports, poster presentations, and other documents for the department and produces the annual report. Lynn has been with the Department of Pathology since January 2003 and head of the Communications Team since June 2018.

Personally, Lynn’s hobbies include showing and breeding Lakeland Terriers, baking and making jams/jellies and spending time with her husband, children, and three grandsons. She also volunteers as a sign language interpreter and teacher at Saline First Assembly of God church.



Anastazia Hartman

Communications Specialist

Anastazia works as the department's Communications Specialist, where she focuses on social media, articles, photography, and videography. In addition, she works on the Inside Pathology magazine, the department’s annual reports, and more.

Outside of work, Anastazia spends much of her free time assistant coaching two women’s hockey teams, and helping young children learn to skate and play the sport of hockey. Outside of the ice rink, you can find her at home with a good book.


Brent Temple

Brent Temple

Graphic Design/Web Development

Having been with the Department of Pathology since 2010, Brent serves as a graphic designer, UI and UX developer, and marketer with the pathology informatics division. He’s also a liaison for Communications where he collaborates on the Inside Pathology magazine, the department’s social media, and department conferences.

Born and raised in Toledo, OH, he does not allow his Ohio roots to interfere with his Michigan responsibilities. Brent also has deep interests in science, art, pop culture, and religious studies.