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Open Pathology Positions

Faculty positions are open in immunotherapy, hematopathology and flow cytometry, clinical chemistry, clinical microbiology, surgical pathology (breast), and personalized diagnostics.

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New Publication from Lambris Lab and Colleagues

Penn Pathology and Laboratory Medicine investigators publish in Blood on complement C3dg-mediated erythrophagocytosis and its implications for paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria (PNH).

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Faculty Expertise in Publications on Medical Education and WHO Atlas on Tumors

Status of Laboratory Medicine Education at US Medical Schools and the WHO atlas on neoplasms of endocrine organs.

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Dr. Carl June Named as One of 100 Biotechnology Visionaries by Scientific American

Issue features the 100 most influential people in the global field of biotechnology.

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T-cell Receptor Therapy Clinical Trial Results for Patients with Multiple Myeloma

Dr. Carl June and colleagues report the results of a clinical trial of adoptively transferred engineered T cells in patients with advanced multiple myeloma in Nature Medicine.

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Meritorious Contributions to Neuropathology Award for Dr. John Trojanowski

American Association of Neuropathologists honors significant contributions to the advancement of knowledge in neuropathology.

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What’s the Name of This Department?

We’re ranked No. 1 in NIH funding, yet it’s not easy to come up with an overarching theme for our research interests. But we can build on this diversity to revolutionize the practice of pathology and laboratory medicine.

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I’d Rather Be in Philadelphia

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A persistent legend has it that the epitaph on the tombstone of W.C. Fields reads “I’d rather be in Philadelphia.” Here are some questions that many of us had when we first considered enrolling in the Pathology Residency Program at Penn and that you might have as well if you don’t know Philly yet.

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Info

Open Pathology Positions

Faculty positions are open in immunotherapy, hematopathology and flow cytometry, clinical chemistry, clinical microbiology, surgical pathology (breast), and personalized diagnostics.

Read more
News

Faculty Expertise in Publications on Medical Education and WHO Atlas on Tumors

Status of Laboratory Medicine Education at US Medical Schools and the WHO atlas on neoplasms of endocrine organs.

Read more
News

T-cell Receptor Therapy Clinical Trial Results for Patients with Multiple Myeloma

Dr. Carl June and colleagues report the results of a clinical trial of adoptively transferred engineered T cells in patients with advanced multiple myeloma in Nature Medicine.

Read more
News

New Publication from Lambris Lab and Colleagues

Penn Pathology and Laboratory Medicine investigators publish in Blood on complement C3dg-mediated erythrophagocytosis and its implications for paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria (PNH).

Read more
News

Dr. Carl June Named as One of 100 Biotechnology Visionaries by Scientific American

Issue features the 100 most influential people in the global field of biotechnology.

Read more
News

Meritorious Contributions to Neuropathology Award for Dr. John Trojanowski

American Association of Neuropathologists honors significant contributions to the advancement of knowledge in neuropathology.

Read more