Episode 15 - Pathologist Connectivity
This episode's guests: Dr. Rajendra Singh
This episode we are talking with Dr. Rajendra Singh, Professor in Dermatology and Pathology at Northwell Health, New York and founder of PathPresenter.
One of the benefits of digital pathology is democratizing access to care, particularly connectivity among and between pathologists. One innovative platform for utilizing this connectivity is PathPresenter. In this episode of Digital Pathology Today™ we will learn about the foundations and abilities of PathPresenter. We will discover what unmet need facilitated its creation and adoption. We will discuss how this increased connectivity will change education, on-demand access to digitally archived images, pathology workflows. tumor board case presentation and other multidisciplinary conferences.
In addition. we will examine how access to surgical pathology review and experts in diagnostics can assist underserved populations.
More About Dr. Rajendra Singh
Dr. Rajendra Singh, Professor in Dermatology and Pathology at Northwell Health, New York and founder of PathPresenter.
Dr. Singh is a Professor in Dermatology and Pathology at Northwell Health, New York. He directs the Dermatopathology Section and is the Associate Chair of Digital Pathology. He is board certified in pathology and dermatopathology and board eligible for Clinical Informatics. He is the Founder of PathPresenter, an online digital platform that has 125,000+ users in 170+ countries and is used by multiple academic departments, private pathology groups and organizations in the US and all over the world. (https://pathpresenter.ai/) Dr. Singh has served on various committees both at the University of Pittsburgh and at Mt. Sinai as well as national societies such as the ASDP, AAD, DPA and CAP. Dr.Singh is the Recipient of the ‘Teacher of the Year Award’ at Mt. Sinai School of Medicine for 5 consecutive years. He has served as the Chair of the American Society of Dermatopathology Informatics Committee. He currently serves on the Sulzberger Grant Committee of the AAD and on the Editorial Board of JAAD. In 2013, he was awarded the Sulzberger Grant from the American Academy of Dermatology for developing interactive tools for teaching of dermatology and dermatopathology. He is the Editor, creator and developer of the app, mydermpath+ and educational platforms-wiydx.com. He also serves as a member of the Editorial Board of the WHO for Classification of tumors, 5th Edition and the Board of Digital Pathology Association. He was nominated on the 2020 Power List of pathology trailblazers issued by The Pathologist magazine.