Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Fall-Winter 2016-17 Newsletter

December 20, 2016

Includes the Spirit of Caring Award for two pathology assistants, the new labs at Penn Medicine Cherry Hill, and some historical background on the origins of the Ayer Labs at PAH.

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2016 MS2 Pre-Clinical Teaching Awards

December 02, 2016

Second-year medical students' Pre-Clinical Teaching Awards for three faculty members.

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Drs. Peter Davies and Michael Marks Named AAAS Fellows for 2016

November 21, 2016

AAAS Fellowship recognizes their scientifically or socially distinguished efforts to advance science or its applications.

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Department Presentations at the AMP Annual Meeting

November 21, 2016

Abstracts by Department members were well represented at the Association for Molecular Pathology (AMP) 2016 Annual Meeting in Charlotte, N.C., this month.

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Lee Lab Develops Non-Transgenic Mouse Model of Sporadic Tauopathies

November 16, 2016

Journal of Experimental Medicine study uses tau fibrils from AD patients' brains rather than synthetic tau tangles to mirror a more realistic progression of tauopathies.

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Following A Patient Story From Transfusion Medicine to Hemepath Rotations

Published by Taylor Jenkins, MD, on November 10, 2016

When I started my pathology residency, I never expected to have such a moving patient experience.

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Dr. Zubair Baloch Elected to Executive Board of the American Society of Cytopathology

November 07, 2016

Official announcement at the 64th ASC Annual Scientific Meeting in New Orleans.

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Updates for the Physician-Scientist Pathway Residency Program

October 26, 2016

Information for applicants interested in pursuing a research career as physician-scientists in an academic setting.

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Dr. Douglas Wallace Recipient of the 2017 Benjamin Franklin Medal in Life Science

October 21, 2016

Prestigious international award recognizes Dr. Wallace as the founder of the field of mitochondrial medicine, opening up novel insights into rare and common diseases, as well as tracing human evolution.

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