Re: Why I enjoy being an Histopathology Biomedical Scientist

From:Seva Poleshchuk <>

Dear Histonetters!
My wife, Larisa, an histopathologist, would like to say some words in a favor 
of her favorite science, hysopathology

Hi all! 
Hystopathology is a fascinating field of research which accumulate knowledge 
from all fields of biology and medicine. Take a look to discoveries of most 
distinguishing scientist whose glory brought them Nobel Prize in Medicine and 
Physilology. Last year: Arvid Carlsson, Paul Greengard, and Eric Kandel 
received that most prestigious award for their discoveries concerning signal 
transduction in the nervous system. Could you even imagine how these 
explorations would be performed without histological techniques? 1999: Gunter 
Blobel got the Nobel for the discovery that proteins have intrinsic signals 
that govern theit transport and localization in the cell. Take to 
consideration, please, the CELL, main point for application absolutely all 
biological processes. Remember Virkhhov! 1998: the prize was awarded to Robert 
Furchgott, Louis Ignarro, and Ferid Murad for their research concerning nitic 
oxide as a signalling molecule in the cardiovascular system. If these prominent 
scientists didn't studied different blood vessels and heart muscules in many 
ways, including histologically whether they would to have such terrific results 
which led them to the Nobel? 
Let this short listing serve young BS and even MS graduates for their endeavour 
to became a great histopathologist!

Larisa&Vsevolod Poleshchuk
Institute of Neurology,
Moscow, Russia
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