Pathology News Archive: June 2017

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Grant Establishes Proteogenomics Center at U-M

Combining study of protein and genes will help researchers understand molecular basis of cancer.
June 27 2017

John Harris and Dianna Banka Earn Certified Research Administrator Certification

 
 
Congratulations to Finance and Administration’s, John Harris and the Michigan Center for Translational Pathology’s Dianna Banka. John and Dianna both recently passed the Certified [...]
June 23 2017

Student in Dr. Arul Chinnaiyan's Lab Awarded NIH F30 Fellowship

 
Ron Siebenaler, a Medical Scientist Training Program (MSTP) student in Dr. Arul Chinnaiyan’s lab at the Michigan Center for Translational Pathology, was awarded the highly competitive NIH F30 fellowship for work titled, Characterization of growth factor control of Argonaute 2 and RAS interaction. The purpose of this F30 award (Kirschstein-NRSA, dual-doctoral degree, predoctoral fellowship) is to enhance the integrated research and clinical training of promising predoctoral students [...] 
June 21 2017

Drs. Sean Li and Kristine Konopka Assume New Education Roles

 
Dr. Sean Li will assume the role of Associate Residency Program Director on July 1, 2017 [...]
 
 
Dr. Kristine Konopka has recently been appointed to the newly created position of Director of Medical Student Clinical Clerkships in Pathology [...]
June 14 2017

Dr. Allecia Wilson Completes Medical Education Scholars Program

The Medical Education Scholars Program is an internationally acclaimed, 10-month program at the University of Michigan Medical School that provides an opportunity for select faculty to study and apply principles of medical education. The curriculum includes educational theory, application, and research.  Dr. Wilson is the new Pathology Residency Program Director, an active participant in the Forensic and Pediatric fellowship programs, and also teaches first-year medical students in the lecture hall and in small group sessions.
June 14 2017
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Understanding Pediatric Brain Cancer

Dr. Sriram Venneti's lab explores the interface of metabolism, epigenetics and brain development in
order to better understand and eventually treat childhood cancer.
June 12 2017

Team Led by Rohit Mehra, MD Publishes in the American Journal of Surgical Pathology

The article “Immunohistochemical evaluation of markers suggest a role for prospective FH IHC to screen cutaneous leiomyoma patients for HLRCC”, was published this month in the American Journal of Surgical Pathology (AJSP). [...]
June 6 2017