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Torbenson, M; Desmet, V; Denk, H; Callea, F; Burt, AD; Hubscher, SG; Terracciano, L; Dienes, HP; Goodman, ZD; Bedossa, P; Wanless, IR; Roberts, EA; Brunt, EM; Clouston, AD; Gouw, ASH; Kleiner, D; Schirmacher, P; Tiniakos, D.
Fifty years of impact on liver pathology: a history of the Gnomes
VIRCHOWS ARCH. 2020;
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Denk Helmut
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Abstract:
Professional societies play a major role in medicine and science. The societies tend to be large with well-developed administrative structures. An additional model, however, is based on small groups of experts who meet regularly in an egalitarian model in order to discuss disease-specific scientific and medical problems. In order to illustrate the effectiveness of this model, the history and practices are examined of a long-standing successful example, the International Liver Pathology Group, better known as theGnomes. The history shows that groups such as the Gnomes offer a number of important benefits not available in larger societies and nurturing such groups advances science and medicine in meaningful ways. The success of the Gnomes' approach provides a road map for future small scientific groups.

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