Discovery DIY Science. CSI: Discovery Edition
Erin Brooks, Bob Corliss and Leah Schuppener shared their love of forensic science at an event sponsored by the Morgridge Institute for Research.
Campus Roundtable Features Dave O'Connor and Zika Virus Research
Dr. Dave O’Connor presided over the latest Campus Roundtable luncheon, making a presentation about his research on Zika virus.
Second Edition of Metabolic Diseases Delivered to Department
Emeritus Dean of the UW Medical School, Philip M. Farrell, delivered a signed copy of his newly released Metabolic Diseases, 2nd edition to the department.
Professor Lynn Allen-Hoffmann Accepts 2016 Tibbetts Award at White House
Congratulations to Dr. Lynn Allen-Hoffmann, Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, and the Stratatech Corporation on winning a prestigious Tibbetts Award.
Ying-Hsia Chu wins ICPI Travel Award for USCAP 2017 Annual Meeting
Congratulations to Ying-Hsia Chu (PGY2), recipient of a 2017 Trainee Travel Award from the Intersociety Council for Pathology Information (ICPI).
Pathology Residents Win Awards at the National Association of Medical Examiners Annual Meeting
Congratulations to residents Leah Schuppener and Katrina Thompson for their award-winning platform presentations at the 50th annual meeting of NAME
Congratulations to Pathology Research Day Poster Session Winners!
Congratulations to Kaitlin Sundling, Sarmi Basnet and Jeanette Shultz – this year’s winners of the Pathology Research Day poster session awards.
Pathology Research Day a Success!
Shelby O’Connor, PhD, receives $431K grant from NIAID
Congratulations to Shelby O’Connor who received a new, 2-year R21 grant from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases of the National Institutes of Health.
Four New Faculty Join the Department
The Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine is pleased to welcome four new faculty, starting July 1, 2016: Derrick Chen, Rong Hu, Stephanie McGregor and Subhojit Roy.
Dave O’Connor’s research on Zika virus receives national attention
Congratulations to Dave O’Connor whose first paper on Zika virus research was just published in Nature Communications and who recently testified be
Matyas Sandor, PhD, receives 4-year, $1.5 million RO1 grant from NIH
Matyas Sandor, PhD, Professor of Pathology, recently received an R01 from NIH to study the possibility that Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor (VEGF) inhibitors can lessen inflammation during tuberculosis disease.
Pathology Welcomes 4 New Residents Arriving June 24th!
Igor Slukvin, MD, PhD, receives R01 and R24 NIH grants totaling $5.5 million
Igor Slukvin, MD, PhD, Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, received both an R01 and an R24 award from the National Institutes of Health for his work on developing novel stem cell-based therapies.