Cytopath Fellow Jug Named to "Power List"

Cytopathology fellow Rachel Jug, MB BCh BAO, has been named part of The Pathologist Magazine’s “Power List”

Cytopathology fellow Rachel Jug, MB BCh BAO, has been named part of The Pathologist Magazine’s “Power List” – and not only that, she is in the Top 10!  Dr. Jug was a Chief Resident in Duke Pathology during the 2017 - 2018 academic year.

From their website:
Dr. Jug is currently the cytopathology fellow "at Duke Health in Durham, North Carolina. She was nominated for her passion and dedication to innovations in education and patient care, which nominators say are at the level of a pathologist with many more years in practice. Rachel is driven by her ambition to improve the practice of medicine, from the way that feedback is given and received, to making ultrasound phantoms for ultrasound-guided fine needle aspiration training, to bringing pathologists to the forefront of communication and patient care. When asked what she would change about the field if she could, Rachel says, “I would give pathologists a stronger voice to advocate for their patients. Pathologists are remarkable educators with a unique breadth and depth of knowledge; they are best suited to help patients, their clinical colleagues, hospital administrators, and health policy makers understand disease processes and drive evidence-based, cost-effective care.”

Congratulations to Dr. Jug!