About Pascale

Pascale H. Lane, MD

Pascale H. Lane, MD

I am a pediatric nephrologist in academic medicine- I treat patients, teach students at all levels, and perform research at the bench and the bedside. Special interests include the administrative side of the research enterprise, women in academic medicine, faculty development, and the impact of social media on science and medicine. I also rant about fashion, or lack thereof, from time to time. You can learn more about me at my web site.

The views expressed at WhizBANG! are strictly my own and do not reflect the opinions of any organization or entity associated with my life. I hope this statement keeps the lawyers off my back.

6 responses so far

  • Diane E McClure says:

    I just got my @dmccluredvm pin from Survival of the Hippest. I love it! Thanks !

  • apple says:

    Hello Dr.Lane,

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  • Marina says:

    Hello Dr. Lane,

    Nice to be here on your blog. My name is Marina Enachi and I work for Bio Careers, the leading career service for life science post graduates. I would like to invite you to wirte a guest posting or we can do a written interview for Bio Careers. Our audience include life science Postgraduates and MDs looking for job opportunities in Industry or Academia.

    Feel free to email me.

    Warm regards,

  • msvcr71.dll says:

    May I just say what a comfort to uncover a person that truly understands what they're discussing over the internet. You definitely understand how to bring an issue to light and make it important. More people need to look at this and understand this side of the story. I was surprised that you aren't more popular given that you definitely have the gift.

  • Syed Kamal says:

    Dear Dr. Lane (or other visitors of this blog): I am writing to request information about how to influence practices of the medical profession. I am not interested in going about the legal or legislative route t see the one change that effects majority of patients. It is a practice so entrenched that the medical profession doesn't even notice it. It is almost standard operating procedure. I am referring to wait in GP's, family practitioners or primary care physicians offices. In my 45 years of seeing doctors I only remember one who saw everyone on time (or before time if you arrived few minutes early) and still went home at 1:00 PM.
    Is there anyone I could engage in this conversation at state or national level to address the issue. Thank you very much.