DALLAS – Gregory A. Hosler, M.D., Ph.D., FCAP, ProPath’s Director of Dermatopathology and Fellowship Program Director, was recently elected President of the Texas Society of Pathologists and sworn in during the 98th Annual Meeting in Bastrop, Texas.
Texas Society of Pathologists (TSP) is the oldest pathology state society in the United States. It was founded in 1921 and serves over 1,000 practicing pathologists and trainees across the great state of Texas. Dr. Hosler has been an active member of the society since 2006 and he’s looking forward to overseeing the direction of the society.
“The TSP has been very influential to me. It has provided an opportunity to get face-to-face with legislators, medical directors of private and public payers, chairpersons of large academic institutions, and leaders of private groups. It has provided opportunities for collaboration and introduced me to young future hires. And perhaps the largest benefit has been germinating a few life-long friendships.
“I look forward to the upcoming year, with hopes for others to have the same experiences, and to continue the TSP traditions of education and shaping policy.”
About Texas Society of Pathologist
The Texas Society of Pathologists is the oldest pathology state society in the United States, established in 1921. It actively serves its members through education, advocacy, and providing collaborative and networking opportunities for pathologists across the state. Its annual meeting is held every January, rotating through Texas cities. The 2020 meeting will be held in Dallas, TX.
ProPath, based in Dallas, is the premier provider of pathology services to clinicians and medical facilities nationwide. As a physician-owned organization founded in 1966, ProPath is devoted to comprehensive, high-quality anatomic and clinical laboratory testing for unparalleled patient care. ProPath’s team of board-certified physicians offers subspecialty expertise and training in 20 areas. Advanced technologies and highly trained staff allow for accuracy and efficiency in research, diagnosis and information delivery. Specimens are processed and interpretations/ diagnoses are delivered to referring clinicians within 24 hours.