Dr Amal Asar
Amal started Histopathology training late in 2012 and completed my Master’s degree in Pathology in 2017, and became a fellow of the Royal college of Pathologists in 2019.
Her work experience includes Histopathology reporting, with a subspeciality interest in breast and GI Pathology, postgraduate and undergraduate teaching.
She is a strong advocate of digital Pathology and cautiously optimistic about the use of artificial intelligence in Pathology.
She experienced academia when completing my master’s degree, and is always very interested in identifying and pursuing research opportunities.
She believes Histopathology is a profession that lies at the exciting cross- roads of clinical care, cellular biology, genetics, and digital technology, with a never-ending learning curve, that proves to be continuously challenging and thought provoking.