“I feel that I’m in a position where I can really make a difference,” she said.

“I can bring to the table the knowledge that’s in the world.”

Dr. Elie, who has worked as a consultant to some of the largest hospitals in the country, said that she wanted to provide a “better understanding of what’s going on” with digital pathology.

She said she has been studying patients with “a new appreciation” of digital disease.

“When I was doing digital pathology, the majority of the time we didn’t have a good understanding of the patient,” Dr. Elia said.

“The patient was very different from the digital patient, so the digital pathology community was very focused on what is happening with the patient.”

Dr Elia is now a consultant in digital pathology for hospitals in California and is an expert in digital imaging, including using digital technology to identify and treat digital pathology patients.

Dr. Elly said that her work is focused on how digital imaging and pathology can be used to improve health outcomes.

“Digital pathology is becoming a critical tool to improve healthcare outcomes, particularly in the United States,” she wrote in an email.

“It can provide the basis for the use of a whole host of imaging techniques to help improve the quality of life and health of patients with a variety of conditions, including dementia.”

Dr Elly is the author of two books on digital imaging: Digital Pathology: From Diagnosis to Diagnosis, which was published in 2016 and Digital Pathologie: The Definitive Guide to the Imaging Technique, which is slated for a third edition.