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Jefferson Parish forensic pathologists estimated that Tim lay buried for about two weeks before he was discovered.
James Jacobs, a plant pathologist with the U.S. Forest Service in St. Paul, Minnesota, has organized a two-day working group conference for researchers at the Cleveland Metroparks in May to explore ideas and solutions for the disease.
This irregular procedure made the pathologist uncomfortable, Olson said, but enabled him to actively advocate on his own behalf.
Summa Health takes a multidisciplinary approach to cancer treatment, which includes consultation among surgeons, medical and radiation oncologists, diagnostic radiologists, pathologists and other cancer specialists.
Other staffing reductions include five part time custodians, a speech-language pathologist, a part time nurse. and a reading para-educator.
It was led by a pathologist, Jeffery K. Taubenberger, whose achievements included reassembling a measleslike virus that killed a pod of dolphins.
The four-week trial hinged largely on a battle of the experts, with pathologists, oncologists and other specialists called in by both sides.
Cortelli and his mentor, Dr. Elio Lugaresi, shipped his brain tissue to Lugaresi's former student -- a pathologist in the United States who could take a much closer look at what was going on.
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