RE: Are neurotechs and neuropathologists different to others?
As someone who did Neuro for years and still love the field. I really like
this description. Pam Marcum
From: Rose Richardson [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Wednesday, August 15, 2001 10:08 AM
To: maria mercier
Cc: HistoNet Server
Subject: Re: Are neurotechs and neuropathologists different to others?
We are unique so people think we are strange.
The philosophy my husband has applies to us Neuro People:
All the rest of the world is trying to be "normal" and not succeeding,
why not be "abnormal" and be original!
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From: maria mercier <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, August 15, 2001 2:27 AM
Subject: Are neurotechs and neuropathologists different to others?
> Hi all
> This is a question to all you neuro people out there and others who might
> wish to reply.Do you guys feel that you are different in comparison to
> colleagues?Do you get teased about it?
> I've been a neurotechnologist for a long time and I've often been told and
> teased that neurotechs and neuropathologists are a different kind of
> all together when compared to other histo techs.Not only is the work that
> do different to routine histo work,but we think differently too.There also
> seems to be a closer relationship between neuropathologists and neurotechs
> than there is between other pathologists and techs.Could it be because we
> are so passionate about what we do?I reckon you either love neuropathology
> or you hate it.There are no half measures here.
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