Pathologist definition

Pathologist means a medical practitioner who specialises in the provision of pathology services within the meaning of the Health Insurance Act 1973.
Pathologist means a person knowledgeable in the biology of and skilled in the necessary remedial measures to apply for the control and eradication of plant diseases.
Pathologist means a pathologist to whom authority has been granted under section 27;

Examples of Pathologist in a sentence

  • Resignations■ Courtney Sutherland, Language Pathologist - Ervinton and Sandlick Elementary■ Whitney Turner, Part-Time Special Edu.

  • STEPHANIE HOLCOMBE – Speech & Language Pathologist, FIS – Step M/1 -$35,470.12.

  • Replaces Kay Boatwright/Whitney Williams.• Lezley Brown, Special Education Speech Language Pathologist.

  • Forensic Pathologist, Dr Gregory Young, from the Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine ( VIFM), conducted an inspection on 23 March 2022 and provided a written report of his findings dated 25 March 2022.

  • If required this shall be performed by a licensed Veterinary Pathologist or Veterinarian.

More Definitions of Pathologist

Pathologist means a physician:
Pathologist means a Specialist in pathology.
Pathologist means a physician holding a current license to practice medicine and surgery
Pathologist means a specialist physician who identifies diseases by studying cells and tissues under a microscope.
Pathologist means a licensed physician who is certified in anatomic or clinical pathology by the American board of pathology.
Pathologist means a physician who is a specialist in identifying diseases by studying cells and tissues under a microscope.