Tao Liang, PhD Director of PathXchange Services. What is PathXchange. A professional networking, collaboration and learning portal, promoting digital pathology Think of it as YouTube and Facebook for pathology!. A Web 2.0 Approach: simple, social, and fun!
Director of PathXchange Services
A professional networking, collaboration and learning portal, promoting digital pathology
Think of it as YouTube and Facebook for pathology!
A Web 2.0 Approach: simple, social, and fun!
PathXchange.org = Pathology Web 2.0
Browseinteresting cases from around the world
Create your own online case and course gallery
Shareyour cases and slides with colleagues
Searchour expanding global knowledge base
Learnand teach pathology and latest advances in the field
Askexperts for their opinion on your case
Dr. Keith Kaplan,Professor, Mayo Clinic.
“I think PathXchange is one of the first examples of a peer-review process for pathology images. I welcome it - I think it is part of the Pathology 2.0 experience.”
Dr. Mehul B. Amin,Chairman, Dept of Pathology, Cedars Sinai Medical Center.
“Without PathXchange, it wouldn’t have been possible to read a second opinion case half way around the globe in a two day timeframe.”
Dr. Subodh M. Lele, Associate Professor, Univ. of Nebraska Medical Center.
“Utilizing PathXchange’s global collaboration capabilities to conference with pathologists half way around the world in real time was a unique and very rewarding experience for me.”
“PathXchange is an excellent website which allows Pathologists to share information, collaborate, and exchange. Uploading cases, image sharing, and exchanging content is very easy on PathXchange. I thank PathXchange team for their tremendous work for creating this wonderful networking website.” Dr Prashant A Jani, Asst. Professor, Northern Ontario School of Medicine
“Your site offers a very easy uploading and editing option. Your search option is wonderful, I can find any of my case in seconds! During our teaching sessions, in stead of Googling, I have been "PathXchanging" for variations of lesions from our own cases. Teaching time has become more fun! Dr Deba P Sarma, Professor, Creighton University Medical Center
“Continuous education for medical profession will no longer be limited to only prestigious institutes, world renowned professors, or medical journals in the future. We, the community pathologists, will make our contributions to future pathology education.” Dr. Jian-Hua Qiao, Pathologist, California Hospital Medical Center