Episode Thirteen | Survivable triplicates
Chromosomal abnormalities are often incompatible with life.
Episode Fourteen | EBV - The Perfect Parasite
Studying the world’s most perfect parasite.
Episode Fifteen | The Honey Siphon – Diabetes mellitus
We now have the resources to manage and even potentially prevent this disease; but will we choose to do so?
Episode Ten | Origin Stories
Everyone has a story…
Episode Eleven | Episode 11.9  9.11 edosipE
This episode is in collaboration with special guest, Dennis Strenk, Milwaukee Pathologists' Assistant
Episode Twelve | The Great Macedonian Mystery
Episode Five | A Pathological Addiction to Catering
A pathological addiction to catering: the story of Typhoid Mary
Episode Six | Blue Bleeding
Our interview is with Dr Nicholas Myles regarding our current understanding of Haemophilia A, Haemophilia B, von Willebrand disease, and platelet disorders.
Episode Seven | A Seminal Problem
Our interview is with Dr Bradley Webster, Histopathologist specialising in Uropathology and Lymphoid Pathology and this section of the podcast is eligible for 1 RACGP CPD point – self reporting.
Episode Eight | An undisolvable problem: Mesothelioma
This podcast includes an interview with Dr Fergus Whitehead
Episode Nine | Transitional Crossroads
This episode includes interviews with Dr Devika Thomas and Dr Nicole Sladden.
Episode One | This Pathological Life
Pathology is by definition: the study of disease.
Pathology is about understanding.
Episode Two | Anatomy of a Pandemic
Through the prism of COVID-19 and epidemiology, we examine different epidemics and pandemics throughout history.
Episode Three | The Black Tumour
This podcast includes an interview with Dr Craig James MBBS (Hons), FRCPA, AACD and this section of the podcast conducted by Dr Craig James is eligible for 1 RACGP CPD point – self reporting.
Episode Four | A Pox On Both Your Houses
The eradication of Smallpox: an unmatched medical triumph.