Get to Know Pathology's Communications Team

By Camren Clouthier | July 20 2021

The Communications Team in the Department of Pathology welcomes our new faculty, residents, fellows, students, and staff. We want to introduce you to its members and the comprehensive set of services we offer aimed at promoting you, your work, and the department overall.

Our team consists of:

Lynn McCain
Director of Communications and Senior Writer. Lynn handles both internal and external written communications and leads strategy and team coordination efforts.

Camren Clouthier
Multimedia Designer. Camren focuses on social media, photography, and videography for the department.

Brent Temple
Business Systems Analyst. In conjunction with Pathology Informatic's applications development team, Brent is the team’s graphical designer and handles publication layout, design, and web updates.

Carrie Walper
MLabs’ Senior Brand Analyst. Carrie leads the communications effort for anything related to MLabs, including promotional materials, website updates, and design. Other areas in her portfolio include both print and digital advertising of new tests and services.

Services We Offer

  • News highlights of faculty and staff achievements or items of broad interest
  • Promotion of events, programs, research, or services
  • Internal/employee communications
  • Photography/Videography
  • Graphic design
  • Development of marketing materials
  • Website design
  • Poster printing
  • Departmental headshot and passport photos
  • Management of digital screens at NCRC
  • External media communications


Social Media

The Department has several social media channels including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube. These channels are targeted to specific audiences in order to educate the public, engage medical professionals, and recruit faculty, trainees, and staff to Pathology.  Our YouTube channel has educational, informative, and fun videos.  Whether you are looking for Departmental Tours, Careers in Pathology, or Man on the Street videos, we have something for everyone. On our other channels, we share news about the department, publications, achievements, awards, and educational pathology cases. If you have an interesting case you would like to share, or other items of interest, please contact us!  We look forward to interacting with you!

MLabs also has their own social media channels including:

MLabs and departmental communications will highlight faculty who are speaking at conferences, so be sure to let Carrie and the Path-Communications team know where you will be speaking.


Inside Pathology Magazine

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. Check out the latest edition of the magazine here.


Annual Report

Each year the Annual Report is published, highlighting the prior year’s work in the Department. This report memorializes the achievements of our faculty, trainees, and staff for historical purposes and is used in our faculty recruitment efforts. Each division of the department is highlighted in a full-color, attractive report format. You can find copies of all of the Department’s Annual Reports here.


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 within its walls. That's why we count on our members to inform us when they hear of them. In everything from personal achievements to research publications, you are encouraged to submit your stories.

Get In Touch

If you need a website update, an event to advertise, a speaking engagement or publication to highlight, have a question or need help with a communications project, contact Pathology Communications at anytime. A member of our team will get back to you promptly and help make your vision come to life!

For MLabs related content, please reach out to Carrier Walper.