Update on THINKER Transplant Trial Supported by Molecular Pathology Lab

May 01, 2017

Clinical trial of transplanting HCV-infected kidneys into uninfected recipients yields first ten patients with no traces of disease after antiviral therapy. 

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New Study on Effect of Displaying Test Prices in EHR to Reduce Unnecessary Testing by Clinicians

April 21, 2017

Laboratory Medicine division participates in a study published in JAMA Internal Medicine showing that simply displaying the Medicare allowable fees in EHR did not have an overall impact on how clinicians ordered these tests.

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Dr. Michael Milone Receives National Clinical Research Achievement Award

April 19, 2017

Prestigious 2017 Clinical Research Forum Award for Science paper on innovative approach using chimeric autoantibody receptor (CAAR) T cells as a targeted therapy of autoimmunity.

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Dr. Beverly Davidson Elected to 2017 Class of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences

April 18, 2017

Honors prominent researcher on understanding the molecular basis of neurodegeneration in inherited brain disorders.

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Dr. Ping Wang Receives Seed Grant from Penn's Singh Center for Nanotechnology

April 10, 2017

One of twelve "2017 Big Ideas through Small Technology" seed grant recipients.

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Dr. Kathleen Montone Receives Excellence in Teaching Award

April 06, 2017

Robert Dunning Dripps Memorial Award for Excellence in Graduate Medical Education from the Perelman School of Medicine.

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Dr. Carl June Named 2017 Fellow of the AACR Academy

April 03, 2017

American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) Academy Fellowship honors stellar scientific achievements in cancer research or cancer-related biomedical science.

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New Pathology Residents for 2017-18

March 17, 2017

The Residency Program matched 11 residents with a variety of academic career goals for training in AP/CP, CP only, and AP/NP.

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Faryabi Lab Receives Grant from Transdisciplinary Awards Program in Translational Medicine and Therapeutics

March 03, 2017

Will investigate the mechanism of epigenetic dysregulation in tumor maintenance and response to targeted therapies.

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Evidence That Two Common Gene Variants in Minority Populations Cause Kidney Disease

March 01, 2017

New study in Nature Medicine by Penn researchers provides direct evidence that two common gene variants in minority populations cause chronic and end-stage kidney disease.

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