27 May 2022: View Prior Jobs, Fellowships, Conferences pages

We recently posted versions of the Jobs, Fellowships, and Conferences pages as of May 3, 2022. If you need to look up a prior ad, we maintain these files as of the first of each month (or close to it). See files below:

As of May 3, 2022: JobsFellowshipsConferences 

The format is the name of the file, plus yyyymm, where yyyy is the year and mm is the month.  So, for example, jobs posted as of May 3, 2022 are at https://www.pathologyoutlines.com/jobs202205.html.

Please contact us with any questions via email at Comments@PathologyOutlines.com.

13 May 2022: Weekly Roundup #88

What’s new on PathologyOutlines.com this week?

1. 2022 Q1 Jobs Report

We have posted the PathologyOutlines.com jobs report for the 1st quarter of 2022. For this quarter, there were 417 job postings at PathologyOutlines.com for full time or part time Pathologists, which form the basis for the statistics in the report. This is a 56.2% increase from the 267 job postings in the first quarter of 2021. You can read more about which types of positions were posted and filter them by subspecialty and location here

2. Conferences / CME Update

We are pleased to announce a new offer for Conferences and their associated CME offerings: Post a conference for the standard price of $700, and you can post CME offerings associated with that conference for only an additional $100 ($150 off the usual price of $250). This should be useful to all conferences that also sell a video version. If you’re interested in advertising or you have any questions, email Ads@PathologyOutlines.com.

3. Website Issues

We were having some problems with tracking some of our website statistics. We are still figuring this out, but this should not affect the visitor experience.

22 February 2022: View prior Jobs, Fellowships, Conferences pages

We have now posted versions of the Jobs, Fellowships, and Conferences pages as of February 1, 2022. If you need to look up a prior ad, we maintain these files as of the first of each month (or close to it). See files below:

As of February 1, 2022: JobsFellowshipsConferences 

The format is the name of the file, plus yyyymm, where yyyy is the year and mm is the month.  So, for example, jobs posted as of February 1, 2022 are at https://www.pathologyoutlines.com/jobs202202.html.

Please contact us with any questions via email at Comments@PathologyOutlines.com.

17 December 2021: Weekly Roundup #73


This is what’s new on PathologyOutlines.com:

1. Website Glitches

We have installed a firewall to improve the security of our website, but it seems to be causing 404 errors. While we are working on fixing it, hitting refresh will usually reload the page, although you may need to try several times or wait a minute. The website is not actually down – this is some complicated internal struggle in the network.

2. Case #510

Case #510 was posted on December 16. You can sign up for our monthly case newsletters and more here.

3. Jobs Record

We now have a record of 732 jobs posted on our Jobs page. Dr. Pernick attributes this to senior pathologists deciding to retire during the pandemic, but he welcomes your stories or your thoughts on this at Nat@PathologyOutlines.com.

4. Curing Cancer Network

We sent out another edition of our Curing Cancer Network newsletter. Sign up here to receive it directly in your inbox and view the most recent newsletter here.

5. Worldwide Directory of Pathologists

We have created or added Directory profiles for most pathologists at Harvard, Mayo Clinic, University of Michigan, Johns Hopkins, Emory, MD Anderson and other institutions.

We have now posted profiles of 13% of U.S. pathologists, aiming for 50% by next summer. Next, we are adding profiles for pathologists at Washington University, University of Utah and University of Toronto, but any pathologist can create their own profile by filling in this brief form. Use your profile to share your words of wisdom, the secrets of your success or your favorite pathology image.

4 November 2021: Weekly Roundup #70


This is what’s new on PathologyOutlines.com:

1. New Drop Down Menus

Check out the new drop down menus on our website for the Textbook, Author and Directory pages:

2. Worldwide Directory of Pathologists

We plan to have Directory entries for 15% of the estimated 20,000 U.S. pathologists by the end of 2021. Sign up now at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CMTGNSK.

3. Textbook Progress

We have now updated over 50% of our high traffic topics (> 10,000 page views in 2020) and hope to have most completed by the end of 2021. For 2022, we plan to update all topics with > 5,000 page views in 2021, plus all pending topics and all topics designated as a priority by our Editorial Board.

4. Jobs Record

As of 4 November 2021, we have reached a new record of 707 pathology and related jobs posted. This includes at least one position in every U.S. state, Puerto Rico, Washington, D.C., Jordan, New Zealand, Qatar, United Arab Emirates and every Canadian province outside of Nova Scotia.

22 October 2021: Weekly Roundup #69


This is what’s new on PathologyOutlines.com:

1. Q3 2021 Promotional Email Contest Winner

Dr. Frank Morden from Henry Ford Health System in West Bloomfield, Michigan has won the Q3 2021 PathologyOutlines.com Promotional Email Contest! For simply opening up PathologyOutlines.com promotional emails, Dr. Morden has won a $100 Amazon gift card.

If you’d like a chance at winning, click here for signup information and terms.

2. Case #508

Case #508 was posted on October 21. You can sign up for our monthly case newsletters and more at https://www.pathologyoutlines.com/subscribe.html.

3. Q3 2021 Pathology Jobs Report

The report for jobs posted on PathologyOutlines.com for Q3 2021 is now posted at https://www.pathologyoutlines.com/pathjobs2021q3.html. For this quarter, there were 375 job postings for full time or part time Pathologists. This is a record number of jobs for any quarter. 48% were for academic positions and 52% were for non-academic positions. Jobs were posted from 42 of 50 states, the District of Columbia, General USA, 8 provinces in Canada, Puerto Rico and Qatar. New York (38) and Florida (33) had the most job listings. 73.8% of postings required AP or AP/CP board certification / eligibility. The most commonly required or desired subspecialties or titles were hematopathology, cytopathology, GI / liver, breast, gynecologic pathology and molecular. Read the full report here

4. Microscopic Images of Pyothorax Associated Lymphoma

We are looking for great microscopic images of pyothorax associated lymphoma. Email them to Nat@PathologyOutlines.com with any clinical history. Of course, radiologic or gross images are helpful too.

15 October 2021: Weekly Roundup #68


This is what’s new on PathologyOutlines.com:

1. Textbook Icon

There is a new textbook icon next to the Home button in our second navigation bar that allows you to select any chapter, using a 2 level menu. See below for what to look for.

2. Differential Diagnosis Images

We are adding images and more text to the Differential Diagnosis section of topics. See here for an example.

3. Jobs Record

We have had a record number of job postings this year. As of October 14, we have 685 pathology (and related) jobs posted.

To make this page more useful, we summarize each job ad and list associated subspecialties, which includes those required as well as those desired (i.e. optional). We also have a category, “no subspecialty”, which means a subspecialty is not required, although it might be desired.

If you have a suggestion for a better way to do this, email Rosie@PathologyOutlines.com.

8 October 2021: Weekly Roundup #67


This is what’s new on PathologyOutlines.com:

1. Pathology Crossword Puzzle

PathologyOutlines.com has a new feature, a crossword puzzle based on our textbook.

2. Broken Image Links

The Pathopics site (http://alf3.urz.unibas.ch/pathopic), which hosted many gross and micro images for PathologyOutlines.com topics, has changed its URL to Pathorama (https://pathorama.ch). We are currently in the process of updating these links; please feel free to fill out a comment on our website if you come across any broken images. 

3. Jobs Record

As of October 7, 2021, we have a record 688 job ads posted, including at least 1 in every U.S. state, 9 of 10 Canadian provinces, in Qatar and in United Arab Emirates.

4. Worldwide Directory of Pathologists

Impress prospective employees or fellowship directors with your Directory page. Visit https://www.pathologyoutlines.com/directory to learn more.

17 September 2021: Weekly Roundup #64


This is what’s new on PathologyOutlines.com:

1. New Editorial Board Member for Hematopathology

Dr. Alexa Siddon was appointed to our Editorial Board for Hematopathology. Dr. Siddon is an Associate Professor of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology at Yale University School of Medicine. She is a hematopathologist, as well as the Medical Director for the Molecular Pathology Laboratory, Associate Director of Flow Cytometry, Associate Director of Hematology and the Hematopathology Fellowship Director. She obtained her M.D. at the State University of New York Upstate Medical University and then completed her AP/CP residency and Pathology Fellowship at Yale, where she has been practicing since.

2. Worldwide Directory of Pathologists Leaders

The current leaders for Directory signups as of September 15 are: Emory (26), MD Anderson (15), Northwestern (11), Ohio State, University of Florida, University of Michigan, University of Rochester (9), Harvard, University of Chicago (8), Mayo Clinic (7)

Make sure you’ve signed up for our directory here so that pathologists can find out more about you. Your PathOut webpage will remain stable even as your career changes. We suggest you also add this webpage to your email signature.

3. Top Topics on PathologyOutlines.com

We have updated the Top 150 Topics for the first half of 2021 on our Statistics page (also in the header or footer). The top 10 are:

4. Pathology Job Market

See Dr. Pernick’s comments on the Pathologist job market here.

5. Jobs Page

Currently, Jobs filtered for a subspecialty are sorted by location, as opposed to date posted. Which do you prefer? Email Nat@PathologyOutlines.com.

10 September 2021: Weekly Roundup #63


This is what’s new on PathologyOutlines.com:

1. Worldwide Directory of Pathologists

Giving a talk? Writing a paper or abstract? Running for a pathology office? Want to get better known among your peers? Make sure you have signed up for our Directory of Pathologists here so that pathologists can find out more about you. Your PathOut webpage will remain stable even as your career changes. We suggest you also add this webpage to your email signature.

The current leaders for Directory signups are Emory (26), MD Anderson, Northwestern (10), Ohio State, University of Rochester (9), Harvard Medical School, University of Chicago, University of Florida, University of Michigan (8), Mayo Clinic (7).

2. Top Stains / CD Markers Topics

We have updated the Top Stains / CD markers topics for the first half of 2021 on our Statistics page (also in the header or footer). The top 10 are:

  1. CK7 (36,842 views)
  2. PAX8 (32,896)
  3. GATA3 (32,233)
  4. CD10 (22,834)
  5. S100 (21,822)
  6. p16 (19,479)
  7. CD34 (18,987)
  8. CD117 (18,372)
  9. TTF1 (17,849)
  10. BCL2 (17,552)

3. Pathology Job Market

See Dr. Pernick’s comments on the Pathologist job market here.

4. Strategic Plan – Agree?

Claim: It is important to have a strategic plan to substantially reduce annual US cancer deaths, even if we don’t know precisely how to do this. What do you think? Agree or disagree, and tell us why at Nat@PathologyOutlines.com.