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Open Pathology Positions

Faculty positions are open in blood banking/transfusion medicine, cancer immunology, computational and systems biology (CNS focus), immunobiology and immunotherapy, cytopathology, hematopathology, clinical chemistry, surgical pathology (breast), molecular and genomic pathology, personalized diagnostics and therapeutics, cellular therapy, and pediatric pathology.

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$7.5 Million NIH Grant Renewal for Dementia Research

National Institute of Aging five-year renewal grant to Dr. Virginia Lee and colleagues to continue pioneering research on frontotemporal dementia.

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NIH Award to Launch Center for Genetics and Genomics of Alzheimer’s Disease

Penn researchers leading a collaboration of six institutions with $10.8 million award from NIA for state-of-the-art national clearinghouse for Alzheimer’s genomics information.

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Two Department Pathologists Selected as ASCP’s 40 Under Forty

Award honors Drs. Kevin Alby and Roseann Wu as among the top 40 pathologists, residents, and laboratory professionals under the age of forty who are making significant contributions to the profession.

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2016 William Pepper Fellowship Award Recipients

Honorary award for PGY3-Resident Dr. Suzanne Thibodeaux and Hematopathology Fellow Dr. Craig Soderquist recognizes outstanding achievements in the Clinical Pathology training programs.

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Update on the Historical Pepper Books Restoration Project

Two of the most indispensable 19th-century artifacts from the Perelman School of Medicine pathology library have been restored by conservationists.

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Zika Virus Testing and the Continuing Saga of FDA Oversight of Lab-Developed Tests

The Zika outbreak provides a good example of why the FDA’s position on LDTs is misguided.

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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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Open Pathology Positions

Faculty positions are open in blood banking/transfusion medicine, cancer immunology, computational and systems biology (CNS focus), immunobiology and immunotherapy, cytopathology, hematopathology, clinical chemistry, surgical pathology (breast), molecular and genomic pathology, personalized diagnostics and therapeutics, cellular therapy, and pediatric pathology.

Read more
News

NIH Award to Launch Center for Genetics and Genomics of Alzheimer’s Disease

Penn researchers leading a collaboration of six institutions with $10.8 million award from NIA for state-of-the-art national clearinghouse for Alzheimer’s genomics information.

Read more
News

2016 William Pepper Fellowship Award Recipients

Honorary award for PGY3-Resident Dr. Suzanne Thibodeaux and Hematopathology Fellow Dr. Craig Soderquist recognizes outstanding achievements in the Clinical Pathology training programs.

Read more
News

$7.5 Million NIH Grant Renewal for Dementia Research

National Institute of Aging five-year renewal grant to Dr. Virginia Lee and colleagues to continue pioneering research on frontotemporal dementia.

Read more
News

Two Department Pathologists Selected as ASCP’s 40 Under Forty

Award honors Drs. Kevin Alby and Roseann Wu as among the top 40 pathologists, residents, and laboratory professionals under the age of forty who are making significant contributions to the profession.

Read more
News

Update on the Historical Pepper Books Restoration Project

Two of the most indispensable 19th-century artifacts from the Perelman School of Medicine pathology library have been restored by conservationists.

Read more