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Scientific Seminar with Dr. Richard Vander Heide: “COVID-19: Pathologic findings and early insights into pathophysiology”
May 11 @ 12:05 pm - 1:00 pm
You are invited to our next virtual Scientific Seminar series presentation with Dr. Richard Vander Heide on “COVID-19: Pathologic findings and early insights into pathophysiology.”
Dr. Vander Heide was in New Orleans when the pandemic hit in March 2020. He as among the first pathologists in the United States to conduct autopsies on COVID-19 decedents. His original observations led to the realization that thromboses was an integral component of the COVID-19 disease spectrum and that typical viral myocarditis was not a common cause of mortality.
Dr. Vander Heide was born and raised in the Michigan. He completed his BS degree at Calvin University in Grand Rapids, Michigan and his MD/PhD at Northwestern University in Chicago. He completed his Anatomic Pathology training at Duke University before returning to Wayne State University in Detroit where he practiced and conducted research for 15 years. In 2009 he moved to New Orleans to become Chair of Pathology at LSU Medical School. He moved to Marshfield in September of 2021 where is currently Service Line Medical Director of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology.
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Note: This presentation will be recorded and will be available at this link here.