[Histonet] Fw: Dr. Matsionis

Dessasau III, Evan eddessa at emory.edu
Fri Oct 14 15:48:20 CDT 2016

thank you for letting us know Rene.  It is always sad to lose good friend and good professionals


From: Rene J Buesa via Histonet <histonet at lists.utsouthwestern.edu>
Sent: Friday, October 14, 2016 4:12:48 PM
To: Histonet
Cc: Maxim Peshkov
Subject: [Histonet] Fw: Dr. Matsionis

Hi colleagues:I have just received the sad news that the prestigious Russian histopathologist Prof. Alexander Matsionis passed away (see included message).Although his name is almost unknown in our field he always was extremely enthusiast about new histopathology procedures and helped introducing isopropanol tissue processing in scores of Russian labs.My thoughts to his family, colleagues and friends.René

     On Friday, October 14, 2016 1:58 PM, Maxim Peshkov <mvpeshkov at yahoo.com> wrote:

 Dear Rene!An 12 October was died our great friend, pathologist, doctor Alexander Matsionis Academician of RANS (Russian Academy of Natural Sciences), MD, PhD, proffesor and teacher. He fought with acute monocityc leikemia. He was only 59 years old. He will stay in our memory as a man who made a great contribution to the Russian and pathological anatomy as a science (haematology, urology, breast pathology, soft tissue and endocrine pathology and many others) and as a profession. He organized Rostov pathological-anatomical bureau. He also united almost all the pathologists of southern Russia's regions and gave way in the life of so many young pathologists, who have already proved themselves excellent specialists. He helped to development of our processing method with isopropanol and mineral oil. He was a great friend and cheerful, always helped the needy both as pathologists, as patients also.He always appreciated your help and support.
In our memory and hearts he will stay forever.

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